Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
April 29, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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1 New Strawberry Queen Talent Contest Winners Among; the hltn ribbon winner* In Saturday'' llorte f'roQ.g(

wear (front row, from left)t HerbertVhlililrn. Ul lord. Kandj

Ml* Dunn Manning of Palatka (center. > ) wa chosen IMS North Florida Strawberry Klrot plan winner In Saturday night's talent contest were The Soul. (shown with Instruments Maunder. lake Huller and HcnlM Ward Lake llutler. E,.... re I

Queen at the Fairgrounds last Fridayj J night. < First runner-up wan Minn Tomlit IHvon tit ) ) Walter Prevatt (second. from right) and Ernest" llarae (far right), row from left) Bury Prevail and Emory Prevatt Jr. both '

Starke (right), and second runner-up warn Miss. Joaaa Scott, also of Ktarke (left). Htarke, and Kugeno: John. Lake. llutler. _

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Introduced (
FFA Members Host Sub-District;

Hrudfon! County' 15th annual Fair and Strawberry

Win Parliamentary Procedure Defender Seeks Festival broke all existing(, record.with. attendance owned Strawberry! by Maw Queen!!Jane and Adams was

of approximately 15,000(} during the five-day poriod of Starke the 1M4 Queen,

and gross receipts of $5.500, I 1'. J. Novak mllnI and CongreaNman BUly Mat-

Members of the Starke and I Chapter second. Member!' of I tiger, said yesterday thowa. In addition to beauty
Bradford FFA Chapter. Friday the Burke Chapter team. are / Increased attendance this and beauty contest which 1\\.(... Manning\ exhibited outstanding -
r Visiting Rights
were hosts to the annual Wayne demons. John Odom. year was credited. to almost. brought an overflow crowd talent. with a vocal
Art Sub-Dlatrlct FFA Con- Ray WlUlanu. Ronald Magyarl. ( perfect weather that prevailed Friday night. to fill the outdoor .. renddtknn of "DU Hat"
tats In the Bradford High and fT the series bleacher. laud
)/ Robert Starling visit during week and a Congressman Matthews
A bill giving Public Defenders the right to
auditorium. Mike Howard: Bradford of outstanding event that Ml** Donna Manning, 18- ed !the recent promotion In
The local chapter: also Chapter- : Larry Oladieux. David arrested persons In jail prior, to formal appointment drew spectator front a three- YI"Ar-o" J brunette from Paw which Bradford' County
walked off with honor In the Scott Billy Getter Otis of the defender to handle their cases' was introducedIn county area.Highlight latka. was. *eli.>cted by the strawberries. were presented! toall
parliamentary procedure Melton. Bobby Patrick and a the House of Keprenentatlven Last Friday by Hop of( the festival wa I judge from the eight fltiAU mecnbnra of Congress and

trine band, and harmonic Vernon Knight fir A. J, Thomas. Jr I i \the Strawberry Queen talent late to bn IMS! North Florida. other official In Washington,
cont...... Team partlclpatlnc Bradford Chapter's string 4 : The Imue haa been a moot. :I laying the favorable reaction
of Chapter
mending Part U .-
beside the local, were Bald band took first place. Weldon question. In Circuit Court here waa .trtnnervdoua and 'It was
r 27, Florida Statutes- by addlnil I
Win Paxton of Jacksonville.Macclenny. Johnson was on the harmon for the past several months. one of the> outstanding promotion
Section :27511:: providing that Hundreds See
: Lake Butler, and. lea. WUlard Crawford, electric!! ._ y State. Attorney T E. Duncsn I public defender shall have Horse ShowIs staged In Centres

Hilllard. guitar; Billy Oelger, rhythm 1t44 contend that. the Public! D I right to visit. persona after arc Local TalentPerformances ''n recent. year.
Starke Chapter placed first guitar:: Gerald Jackson guitar,, fender of hi* InyUlatora"MOUkt William Boymore. an cfCoast-

" in the parliamentary procedure and Gary Orlffls. ,.mandolin.WUlard CLt w.; not,.* pcrrhriteu" toeanvaas reat prior: providing to formaljppotnt.ine'nb an .TTetlTflf.. : i idat. Big Event ..- "..,..1Ua.; ..:.
contest with the Bradford Crawfortl of the F K ;! the jail periodically, ..'* Une Railroad In Jacksonville,

Bradford C11epter.1 o won 'l and that before Interviewingand The Mil wa real the first. served a* emcee for the Queen
the harmonica contest. advising a person charredwith time by title and< referred. to Hriulford. County singers, Member of the Lake. Pillar contest ark( kept the show
AnnexationBill Paxon took first place l '; In '"". ...'... ...... a crime laid person the committee on Judlrlnry dancers, and musicians wersrn tiling! .. Club utagxl, a funnileil moving with hU humorous ad
the contest. should be declared" Indigent or Horse frolic hufore sUrge lib comments. Ralph Copeland
public speaking ,
n, of which Tlioma, I.1 chair the limelight )lat Hwlurdiiy'
Killed Nan North of Macclenny wa 1\1.' Insolvent" by the court. night when spectators. at Ulllj crowd at the Pair j nf Keystone Height( served a*.
voted the 8ub-Distrlct FFA Public Offender R. A. Oren After conference with .Fairground. Talent Show went. irruiMMts, Hutiinliiy. afternm, organist providing buck-:
A House committee has killed Sweetheart. Mscclenoy took I Jr. argue that he or his Investigator Dimrnn a and Green last treated: l to everything front featuring five event, each I 'ircMtnd music for the ront'<*t-
driving BIG BRADFORD TURTLEThis should bit permit with four classes. of rlilor ants who appeared In bathing1suit
a bill in the State Legislature honor In the tractor month all judges of the inch: to I boogie-woogie. I
which would have permitted contest Lake Butler waa 1If'e- ted to have free access to Judicial Circuit attain Wittier Prevail 12-yeur-tiM. Kspert: riding and fine nor and evening gown. In
huge Alligator\ or swamp turtle, measuring t4. 1-9 and jail aaU eighth sea were th. order of the aflerrMMMi addition to exhibiting. their
cities to annex nearby ond. Vernon Knhtht (Bradford county city In Oalnesvllle. win of Mr and AI,.. Emory
suburban anas without a vott Chapter! wa third and', Inches. from .had. to tall vraa'_found this week by they. C..wart .reasonable times. for the purpose en stated binke that "It I Is the opinionof I'ravntt of Mtarke, won the while little five-year talent.
of the people affected.. : Ronnie!! Whltehead (StarkeChapterf ..lert" a* It lahrrggii by a creek on the Reddish farm l I. the of Interviewing and advlxliwr that compliance 123: : cnsh award, Ij'" firs' pine old Dean llrown. son of Mr
The measure, Introduced by)/ was foutth. llellhronn area < with persons held the Court Bherlff In each county In Division 1 (ages 1-13)) with and Mr*. Aklro. llntwn, atolt
Rep. John Crew of Baker Winner In all event will I Its mouth could.. very swill contain a grown maa's ........ therein. It I I. hi* position drat of by the his circuit with the duty a flaw!*** performance at tlmpluno. the show with hi* plucky efforts Women Win '

County, would have provided! participate In the District fluey and his brother. Charles are holding I I. eggs which. "practically all are Indluent". of taking an arrested( person to put a balky pun
of standard by which Oa'lnesvtile High and will eventually/ amlxned A mualcnl. combn. through the paces lie war
a set Contest at ) teen-ofce
found In hole.
| were two The turtle, which" could stand upue.Ny before a magistrate wlthootunnereasery
a city could annex the populous School to has office for represent The Houl, swept. first given a special rlb*>nn for cooperation 41 I Ribbons
eight !larhe* high! "I..n agitated< hy the bays laM. ... one delay and the .
areas just outside its I BHB Ag advisors Curtis lion. place honors In (DlvUlur II |
I i ., the small. round but ,ery lough< egg after It wa captur.d.Huey subsequent prompt complianceof I Kvent amt, the winning rid.rc l
limits. It was described as an I Marlowe and Paul Hutchlna: Sheriff P D Reddish ha I his (..". It.III I with it strings Forty-one blue ribbon, 29
alternate method to use In :i expressed appreciation to brought the .large turtle homo In the. i baaliet of his hir,. vigorously objected. to Otfen I the magistrate with and. drum rendition of ewer. were; red I. and IT whit were awarded .
annexing should a rote by the those who assisted In judgingthe cle. visiting pilconer In Jail here, i duty a* set forth 111 00201 Limits" and ''Tellu'| '',, !..hy ('U") II II IP: HACK: to winners In the ..It and
people fail to approve annexation contest. The boy* ar* the *on* of Mr. and. Mn. ('h.rle. C:. wart.Thoni's prior to bring assigned to I supra, together with an s In-
dication to solvency or ... .
a Union County 13 a!l .0n.I.
I their case Sheriff! Ileddlsh Newromb Jeff Nnvnk. Flip ford County Fair last wssk.Hlue .
Supporters of the measure aid that the defender's' ad-. nlvenry will bring an sect!.to Or..h..... and Jimmy Monre. I 2ml,I plnre I Hob I Ciiwlsy ribbon winners In the
aid It contained. protection Station Is Robbed any confusion or tnlaunderntsndlng In Division III Union County II n nmotxU.T ( .
Cancer Drive vine to prisoner "not to talk" exist between + Jl'Jrat place 4-11 division fur sewing wer.;
for theMe persons whOM homes with personnel of hla department which may rages' 2o-upl> was won hy Krnsst : t'IAIU.Y.Y' : : U\C': Cathy Overturf and l AlleanClreon.

would be placed: within the Under WayA Second Time In Two MonthsThonl' I was seriously Interfering and the the State Public Attorney'soffice Defend llnrnes. Imrltone who .n-s,e Division ((13-19)) .
city limits by requiring the with the function of hU sang "(iti utharled Men' anilTuoMrhl. years> : lilue ribbon winners In the
city to perform It. municipal office. He threatened at onetime er's office. ''." 1st Iienls" Wand Union Women'. Division for misceHanevu -
ru"Uonsuch a* water and kick-off Tn..Unjr for the' Service! Station. 4 came out of the room. Z>puty to have Oreen barredfrom I "It I III the further, opinion of Second: and third pUce. will.n. County 20 sMimd. handwork were;
ewer lines. and garbage service Residential Dh1 Ion of >!he A* miles north of Starke on U. Sheriff Robert Oreera. _Id. the jail for the purposeof the Judges of thU circuit that I ..,. were: :3m! Emory Prevatt, Jr Evelyn Wise. Mam White-
within IS month after ; mrican Cancer flnrtety In 8. 301 was robbed' for the> second The two drove a black "Volkswagen such visits. when It comes to the attention lily I handy llniwn, guitar llmdford 1 County, 20 V. ..conils. pack Rosemary Erhlll'
annexation.The i Bradford County w.s held at time In two month Saturday I and headed south from House Bill B34. a. Introduced of the Public -fender that a solo' ; Mi>l bill provided also that, tile Garden R. aurant Tuertay. *- when two Negro men the station. by Rep. Thomas. U styled: person hs .been arrested and B,ll). I After ((1 the annexation could: be taken Crusader will be calling got t43! cash at gunpoint. Beside the cash a small "A bill to to entitled an act there ha been *n unneessarydelay Dtv II Wsldun' J to the courts which would determine at all the home during the Station attendant Jsm-s I transistor radio wa*. alao i relating to public defender, In taklna, a.1 Ul person and Hilly Colg.r. i.rmunlrll: Union County, Ml; *ecoiwl. ". Woman', l Dlvitkn. for crochet:
whether tile city wsJprovtdinc I week and will tarn In receipt Edward Edenfleld of MasvtUe taken Deputy Oreen said. riltlni arrested persons: a- before a committing tnairla- and I guitar' duet. Harry Hrnlth 2ml Eugene: Johns Union ml knitting wen: Mr' *. Lila
the services prom on C-Day. May 4. to Mr.i told. Bradford! Sheriff Department Two loral men. Wesley" Rosier trate. then the Public I-fend- i ass flunky' fbtto, comedy rnu-, County 22: 3-1 second I. ("a I.,....II. Mr Oeorglit Felon
6Md. i! Maurice Wbigate. Residential] the two men enteredthe anl Edward Lee Paiditett. er should file a motion beforea tin. from "Mary Popplns.. I'ro-Teen. ((11 and uiulrrM1st r Mr*. Dewy Williams. Mr. T
i Chairman. The gtm! for this station around 4:10: a. m. are now serving three year County Judges committing m..l-trat*< w IMV III Dorothy 'Hibbnnl. ,, ll.rhie Whlttsn Union I II r lltr*.ll, Mr. Alice Flash-
campaign for Bradford County -'i Saturday. on the pretense of term In the State PrUin... at one of the Judge of thl* circuit / plane si lo The brown family,, Cuunty. 21: >.;, -- inger, and Mr. Marl"n Finncan. .
Little League 1 t 1 1& 12.100. buying clxarettea When the Raiford for the March 1 It Seek Bill OnQualifications for art order requiring folk song I 2nd Area chairman hi this. Division second man ente-ied the station. robbery of &the station. mid person to b* brought before Hmtunil: place winner received I County. Vt S..- flnlph" Pearall..
Opening ar. Meadame Tyler\ Edentteld sail, he was the Court to d-termlne cash |prls..s of 113, amt Ja.k. llenny.. UltUlon. (It .and Hlue ribbon winner for

Jones. Jackie Orfcier. N.H I told It was a hold-up. whether or r not h* .It indigent third place II'' upll) cannml goods.. W.,*: Mr*. II.II. .
Saturday 2 p. m. I' nero Ads R. VUah. Grace OU'I 1 Bdrnfleld wa forced to remove Negro SentencedFor I and require th- service, of I Richard, Jocks: [ .rvsit at I 1st Robby ParrUh, Union Hamilton tltllle OitsMtt.,
i wood. Tbauna Montgomery, Ida shoes and sock: and Assault Rep. A. J Thomas Jr of the Public l Jrf""r"The master of < il.* for the.. County 211 S';' s.o Ruth Johnson ),(M. Ralph I
Supper, 1:30: p. m. f iota Hamilton Bell Oiann made to go 1.0. back room ef Stark finally w) approval, Judge furth-r outlined talent show which, was .... I amt J P lUnnstt Union I I l>_....U. t;urgla Mloll. Mrs.Charl .
To 6:30 p. m. Orrt John, AUce Andermn. the station TIn Negroes told Alvin f.I1... 2$-)'_ ,ld I Tu *,ywl l bla'.11)/ rruwd of I County 21 3-. see.! I .* Dwiklna. and! BeverlyIlryaa.
, Betty Register, W A. Stern. him he would be shot If he Negro was sentenced. Wednerday 'I authorize the I Legislate,. to by the committing: magistrate i several hundred spsctalur. It 1.K. r.T" E.11 e: .
ArUn MrKnUht. .Clara CoUoft.' I morning to four years and require' county judge In Florida .to brought I T.H""lon.. Hlue ribbon winner for
the prisoner
Mama Pr el'a Claire Kjilgttt. MaM Creen. I| two month In the Htals PrVon to be member ,If the i when him The magistrateshould I 1st Handy, Hurul' r., Union! I baked. goals: Mr, *. Myrtle
Ma rgv.t Thoma. Oerti Me Library BoardAppointees I for aault with Intentto Florid Br The bill still faces : Immediately. Infirm : Chris Parker County 12 ...: I Jorv ., and Mrs. In*. HamU-.
Kindergarten Rae. Pat flpengler, Maria I I to rape. Hvrrtmre' was Imp...- :' a Unit kn the Senate, and i iI I''U Elected I I 2ml Jim Larkln Union I \
Kopeloaao. Barbara Nut LPatten. I will have to be approved. by the prisonerI. against ; County. -.* I im.Hlue ribbon winner recelv-
Will Present"Sleeping enol.. Patsy 8Uco. Margaret '. voter In a referendum before of th? charge Jaycee PresidentChris i: After ifanonj' I IMvl.L.o: ed fl, red ribbons T5 cents: Is n *
William. D. C. Hill, T. L. Casey Governor Ilsjrdon Burns has. him lit James Andrew.Un-
I; Drake. a former prisoner\ becoming an amendment to i and white ribbon :3O cent
Beauty"Thuna. Lola Bennett. Lea Temple. announced! the appointment of residing- the Lawtey area th. State O"" ItIlUn. 2 Of his right to the aid of l. Parks With, the. ion County: 12 sw.
i Mrs. J. W Klncald and Mr. I counsel "during the preliminary / Part Andrnv. Un-
Judy Brouehton. Dan Harley An amendment to the House .Iriral office of I- KUrkl anus l llivl'ly
| wa charged: with a***> on
., Apr. 29 I A. R. Norman both of fltsrke. j. examination I .Lr l rte>l lprmklmt I2': '. ....- Fire Reported,
MUM Dorothy Alvarea.1 May i Betty Jean th igtur< r Jack- Mil how v.r, excludes|" 31 i| <>* Comml Nom'. was ion County. lOne
7:30 m. Frwnota Jenkm, RUanth G : to term* on the Bradford I i aonvill Negres. on June,, 24. counties from provision of 3 Of his right to waive such nt the stark Jay. Pro-rren. IMUI..,n: Last Week
p. Waiter. Yvonne' O. Robtnaon County Library Board. 1M4 at KeHy NM Limit the act Including lik.., Clay. examination I r**. for the Incoming< )year/ al.Ia 1st John Ifennett. Union I

IlllS Auditorium Maurice J. .White.' Fannie B I W,... Norman. presentlyerring east. of<< Lawtey. Union, Columbia, Muwannoe.Madlwin. 4 <>f his right to refu, to meeting. ld Vf.mdMy nlghlin << County: I II see The florid Forest Service
Frailer Louisa Brown, and on th* board wa reappo The antormation *igln ti Nassau Putnam testify and also] caution' him I the ccjurthovw i and r>.ry Prsvatl. Union I reported one fire with. ala
Public Invited"O i Jose MI'T.Wr.TF.ay* and .fn. Kinrald will succeed I I out the light and eoeieealedi PYsnkhrti 0atI.-t_. (MChrist. .- anything which he says this time were Norman Kit lark Itenny" IHvUloo 1 : County during. the past wel Ic.
> Admiwrion WOIUU1'O' Dr. Florence Jennings, -who** i hlnuwlf in the women" ret Hamilton. Jackson, Lafaywtte. may be ud against him In a I rhle. l let vtre president ll..roM 1st. Kobhl Harruh. Union Since Jan 1 there have been
( term hd vxptredl j room of K.Uypi...-. wed, attempted Levy Liberty. HontaRcxia. auh'q'.II"I\t1 proceeding f>*twtn. Jwl vice prwrtd l- Cuunty l II .** 14 fire with 42 I acrca burn
AT BEIL.UI: Cllt KCMThere Aim appointed by Orv .. to rape the woman Wakulla. Walton, andiVashlngtun. I .nt. John II...."lory, mcnrtary.and .. 2nr Sheriff John Whlte- I ed a* compared with 34 fires

TIlls Contributed win be a workingof Burn on the same date wa i when she entered the room I HIX.IVO'' ('0"" K.VTIOV!' I J.".... WUUama. treasurer head!, Union County. IIH e.c. and 274 acre. burned during
Space the Beulah 0aurc1l..0Id L. W Nonworthy of Lake some time later.(71iLIrKV In kntrrxlsctaig the meawre.Thoma I I Two directors steeled were K r,-%<) Kcr. the same period lust )rear/ ,
Weekly to Publicize Santa Fe to th Advtaory The Bradford CooM\l Stnging Teei. IMvl.l4i.iitt I
Cemetery In Clay County on serve on ; said )that Incumbent A Orsen Jr. and Harold Darts. -tge Rainfall reported durtnfthe!
Conmvnltj Event by Saturday, May .. Everyone Interested Council for RebahUtta- | _* c-oMMrrrrK county judge, who>> ar* not ConvrntJ'Xi. will IM told I Emory: Prvat Bradford week ending Monday: New
lion of Alcoholic This Xunday. May)/ 7. at the Bay- ,' County 13 sae.2nd .
hi requested to attend g attorney, would not b* affected Th now offers begin theftterms I River tower :3 Inch; Highland
The CommunityState 4mniter central. hospital TIM Bradford Conntj/ Chd- !lass Highway baptist. Churchllnmeramlng fenl) *. Wind Union
with tool, town mower Incleded. cy : a by the bill which I* in .1.... and will be In- 1.3 Ineriea; Santa Fe. 1.4 Inch
Bank and bdp clean U* for Alcoholic at Avon dren'a Committee will meet at favored by the Casey"" ".* $Kvvryan U fcn- I Mailed at the annual Hutsllsv. County 13 A [ ..a.r .
i cemetery Park:, and eight out-p.tknt 12 noon Monday, MIl,. 3. Lathe Association of Florbta. Vital to atttwl. tint banquet In May. IContlnurd On Page Twol)
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I BPW Members Club. \lde for, Mn urhnn era .iw ilI .
Mrs. Ada Barber of Chief- Hastings! B-J'.PW .
I K'lI. .v t I" itu'lui, p"w.T* hfunili .,
/ land and Mrs. Cleaton Rhodes I Others In .attendance were ,r ""f MId. Ifv il.ui.> Inc I II
Qat"GLADYS of Old Town were guests last i Present ProgramAt Mrs. Etta Foye Gill and Mrs. j I in' l I.,. In the "jiiiMltInl,, ,irititiim > ,
'I ,I ,in* ...i'rt". I It.v tut, ,
I I week of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. District MeetNine I Lo'iUe of UM Starke I fund. "ervltr*.. fni'III'i, : ,. ,
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Cooper. Club. II,property In ..hi'of urlmuni
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tijdiiM h. tfuivjet d I
A2C,. Dmald: Cooper: who I 1- I C' ,
MOOTY members of the Starke j, THE KIC.HT POINT t"r the i f.'n' Comic lhT, iS!r bjiv .
has spent the past 12 months and rrofeuston&l I I -llNn<*r of oblivatltinft.. btatlun ,
Business write.l ( In and
Phone 061-0651 way rou "me or otherwise and ,IL
In Japan. has been discharged n
'I x Women's Club: attended a 'I! ..-lert year f tvnrjte INTER vida that nui'urltlvH. 'Invurdl "i
from servlca. ._ meeting Sunday of J District 31 BROOK fountain' TEIECnHnrr. >rup>Tiiea while lu-ld, by .. ii
I Mr. and Jlrs. Robert Faulk. F at ,I pen. .1l. ....u.."'" h.II..d.r "b.aflzeulpt
"G9' of the rSAVIJ, .
ner of Jackxoiwllle were Sunday I, <- fruin taxutlun; itr "I
the Ponce de Leon Hotel In'' Inc H referendum.H .
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Naswor-: !I Mrs. Tyler Jones Is hi guests of Mr. and Mrs. St. Augustine.The I ,...It'u: "' ."T'" H .1/ \"" .. Sawyer, P,
y of Winter Park were Sun- Washington da. this week Paul )Faulkner. I In 'e.-it I'S' is'aIC..rd i Htnrke.Brudford. <*
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I t I Starke presented << "l"rMni, In < ti'it'rtf.Ir .
: group Chainlicr of
vteiiors visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles .
> of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre s +t ..<. ,l"-4- C..r"I
H. \ Godfrey and; family. visited John Sauo In Grand- .; ( ; ? the program on their recent harold' P Smith I'Ulallff, MIMrJen I
< :Will of Tavares spent Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and view at Kuat Palatka on Sun. 1X trip to Guatemala and Mrs. >' l > SrnMh P'-rcalilan'' : I'-It -----. I
Cocomlse showed I NOTICK; TO "1'1'I'':A It
"'Ph) Weekend: with. (his aunt, ; I daughter Ann. and Mrs. Haynes Jay. I Loyree many I ..
; tV i 7 slides of the country. Mrs. | Tn.Mi rl...n. I It. Smith) At" i> it Stanley Noegol, and Sr will DR in Hattiesburg. Mrs. H. H. Adams daughter ('nk n.'Wfl.

i inter, Sharon. I I Miss from Thursday to Monday Jane, and son, Bill will \\j4&& Mildred Doyle World' Affairs I Voii are livby. notlfl-tl that. New Three U.iyI'lritK
Mill for IMvurnhn hifli"1 r
Chairman for the local Club i
vfr 'and Mrs.: W. F. Swlnyer' to attend May Day at visit John Adams at the University ;I HKHlnxr' you in the Hbnvnnnird OIL ISKUVKKStuti
I .iiiJ Introduced the program which i : ..n on .'.."1. 301 Near
I i.x* MLtos. Calif.; who spent William-Carey College where of Georgia over the I OtirL and ratuuf end you
j of was narrated by Mrs. Dorothy j jMllberger nrn r.IquFrel tu M-TV % nttpy' ..CYasir Furiiirrs Slarket.
past month at their winter j MarcIa Haynes will be one weekend.
\ Mrs. Bda Farber, < unwr. or :l.'njlC'' '0 th>
ne in Keystone Heights en- the six maids in the Queen's Mrs. John W. Griffin of .nmplnlnt' on 'lh. riatntlfr'H Attorney No _
Ealwrfrnee "
and Mrs. Desta Dyal. I /I,.... Oorir ... T'lvrc r'eeeasaryFaid
..111\1 11 .bt. a family dinner Court. Ochlochne&, Oa. will spend TraInhu.g'4otiueFinancing
the businexs sea- f fIrion. I P O. \Dm-vtir' : KlnrK.Fl'
ly. .on Sunday, Attending Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner the; weekend with her mother Preceding ant fll. the. orfv', iat In the ')f Atallublo.Kor .
'0 Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Oliver of Baldwin were Sunday Mrs. F. F. Stump. Mrs. Margaret. F. Brown tire rtt the Cleric, tfif til* ('lrr>ulrjfonrf

ion land Mrs. T. W. Oliver ifternoon visitors! of Mrs. J. Mrs. I... K. Whttehead and Starke club' president, Mrll.MUbergel' on iff br.r* the .4th tin' Further Information
nt !II"". 1'i!' iS.: oth"rwiu. thr al'
and Mrs. attended "'rlle
8'< ,of St.; Simons Island. Mrsc H. Fields. daughter Kathy and Betsy Dyal"ri* ,,1 HUM. "Omiululnt' wllhi !
c \ Denny of Savannah Capt. and Mrs. Vernon Matthews were Friday over- a meeting. of ihi 3olt' IIo'tI itji ,'"nr.,*"..<1 by yiuThin .. i THAVIS MATH\

and Mr. and Mrs. W.' 11. Glenn and family of Tampa night guests. of M1'''. Michael Pictured at Library .open house Monday aflernonn. are (from. loft) :Mra. F. \V. .Strick \ of Directors. Mra. Dyal', at .mz'h"n"tlr. week* shI ll)fjfr\ be fmir putillnhrtlonrn ion V. (>. Boa 3157-Htu. F. .
.fiill, w,.k.* In 'tile Kra$ Bwlnycr will return to and Mrs. W. F. Glenn. and Betsy attended the Ju I gave gifts to those attending T.l.'irrenh.r'eted .
Gulnenvllle\ Sun : \
Ferryman. ( photo by McCJarvry.)
Siujt i their heat district meeting.M thin :28th' clay "f prllI'MI -
.ir homo: at LoS oatos next Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin nior-Senior Prom at the Lake J' / .

->mid' y"Mr. and Mrs. Nollman ppont the weekend in Bruns- City High School that night Library Week Marked By Open House I\I I'll.first-timer.CocomUe was hor..ed. asa ("sI'AL' \ :Notebooks $2.20 at the
.cniostq. of Mike Todd and 'rL\fU.JoJ4 \ r* ''lilYf:1".k
!i. rtalned the same family vtck Oa. with Mr. and Mrs.E. UK -- -un '.
0.-- l nt the lrcudt ,
i tilnner ,on Wednesday.' M. Williams. Steve Smltfh.Mrs. Members of the StarkeWoml1n' were MrsvJ.. A.. Griffin president Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Invited rnntrii-t. 3 endorsed Miss rtv nrulHh M .M.. ..,,1yDrputr Telegraph.
MIR., : Anna. Moot.* 'and "Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dockta3er ', 1. Della Rosenberg who U :v>.iv I'Urk f
H. T. Smith of Lyons !! Club held "open ; Mrs. C. Houpt Mrs. guests to the tea table which
?' 'l1ilb :McQlnin: of West Liber- 'It! : of Lake City were visiting Oa. spent several days. last houne'. ut the Bradford County O. L. Beaiilcy. Mrs. T. C. Ha- I, was overlaid with a cutwork serving 1111 president e.uct: ot 4.ti': it i JOI

Ohio were. weekend. gueatsAirs. their: parents Mr. and week with her son and daugh- Library on Monday after zen Jr., 2dre.: '. H Slado Mrs 1 cloth and' centered with on;I the Florida Federal. > l 1. a..>I % 'TI.'." '(5....".I 'TI'"\' I

N lBon Orwi find l famn,4 Mr*. J. A. Christmas and Mr. tcr-In-Idw. Mr. and Mrs. XM. noon from. 3:30: to"::30 o- Guy Sale Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr.. antique silver bowl holding an president for 196 -66; in.Mrs. TO V'I'( (1)I'."'' 'V 4 V i',". ,
Klixabeth Brown of! 4r.ItN: Notice f. )of" "'" c'
\ ),rrs. Vernon Stnucker.Mr. nd Mrs. B. Emanuel over the ; Smith. 'clock the of I Mrs. Cronkhlte and i
marking opening Philip arrangement of yellow and nt Intention tr I\P\ ,-I':- I-' thi i Qr
.' and Mrs. K. F. ElllH. anil, veekrnrt. Burton Hooker of Oiala Ira National Library Week. ;Mrs. Burns. \ gold calendulas and Manzan-, I Jacksonville current F'rul IfiMfton. e.? the P'nrlrtu !1...!'
W. H. 1 Kill. of j Vice President was endorsed I let";..* for*, f.'l i 1'
\Ii and Mrs. j jtut
Mri M. E. Orlner of Lake patient In the Starka Nursfnqf Mrs. W. W. Hood The library ,was attractively !ta Wood. I' elect for ins f>rnvldrt' for th> rr'.l.'.>.'iif' .tl' .. ,
( {Blond. Ga. were. weekera" : ,..t.I"1 wa s visiting MM. P. D Home. chairman, and her committeewere decorated with greenery \I I Miss Marian Green presi as president .-lfmn... N nit Tf.fl..v4Uiiinffn'

'jts of Mr. and Mrs. Loonure' f"inci1! o'\ Friday and Satur- Mr. and Mrs. William Oreen in charge of the .affair.. potted plants and arrangements dent-elect and Miss. Elaine:': year. of .lum.. "n/1 VJ-it..i' .r.. .,. i Rentals

in .>re.Mr. I !lray. of Jacksonville 'Were visiting :Mra. Hood received guests. at of spring. flowers. Mrs.. I I Strickland president of the'i'I District 3 will extend ar in-, .lh...,...wlsn.,1tv..ot witS"5.T' .. nbii'i)'. Flnr'04.r.II......Itl '. I II I

and Mrs. W. F. Herlong!! Mr. end Mrs. Carl Kings ,their uncle and aunt Mr. and the door and presented themto Burns and Mrs.! Pat Sroggins j I|i Little Women's Club presided I vltatlon to the Florida K...!er- l>lnn. uniirnvod ,Sv "I.M ."

in Stark and Mrs. CorinrT'IIT'VIB inii fnmllv of Indepndenoe Mrs. J. S. ftapp on Saturday.Mrs. ; the receiving line compoxud extended hospitality to all at the punch bowls. { atlon at the 19U3 conve lUm I ,".,mn-i-"I.'n.' ..|. tn d<*'f." thi 'liil1' ',* ".

.of Gainesville returnee' Mo. are vMtln?; Mr. and Mrs. Bertha, Fuller of Tallahassee -. of the officers ot i'ie Woman's thoae who called during the I| Many visitors called during 1 I In Hollywood in June 10 ,hold *"r'll.lI.t'* of'HUM. .' .s.mptI.19's..II lv! In'! !I'D'1"'(Tift". 'k'"".'.'.
Saturday' from a ten day trlr' Is !this week tea '' i its 1947 convention In Jksonville ......h actlvlllef ,"
Levon Anlrnva for a week. upending Club and Mrs. n.lward Burns'' [ / the tea! hour. Irt FudlMOT' th>
"i Lake 'Harbor to visit Mr i Mrs. Mie Jones: of Jacksonville with :Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ora librarian. Those In the line hour.F.. W. Strickland und,J JI .;i with District :. usho I iwr. ti "P.T*' $1 Per Day

ml i Mrs. H. ft. Layfield. and to spent; tim weekend with .ten*. n.'r..h........ "C'n..n'"e'v'Ir.t 'd"rrtIs-, < f ''h,,<- AM. NEW PORTABLES

nlando[ to visit Mrs. Addle her sister Mrs. W. E. Middle- ham.Cub Scout pak d-m three Mrs. Mllberger was lnnt.ilj: j ..tfl.cY'W'.., In ali' .nn..ii> .,r nronerty
\'heeler. I dullghtod to lIsa that Home of slibjert l<* nnv. .r_tf''-tlnn'
enjoyed a picnic supper and l Horses Frolic I I Livestock led as assistant district director .
Must .... ..
l n' -
ton.Mr. the men who have out -Mrn n ry 4 o'-'s' Mth EmersonDahmer's
Mrs. A. Vt. Llvlgren' amilrs. and Mrs. Jim Dyer of hike at Oold Head Branch I gone j|I during the afternoon Hesi !: development. ie* i iffnrl of
Larry Little of Miampf of their way to help us are ; Be Taken From .. -', ,,
Gainesville were visiting Mr, State Park em Wednesday At Fair Show 'I i I don, by Miss Margaret Link- future. slams or nre.
Rotarlana. ., .... .
.Quests of Mr. and Mrs I t I. bonilv nnd. "11t,r> hhrailKnn
and Mrs. J. C. Dukes over teinoon. The 'boys were accompanied Feed Grain ,, oil*, past state president of end irlvf( ..<.. iirlf.y ,MI.-,, .
thanks Acreage
M I B.'Jordan Sunday to Tueslity. the weekend. by their'! Den: lea Many to :one and Ml :'i Jacksonville Beach. Mrs. Hal- I for to levy" taxea and rn-s'. ..

: of der. Mrs. Dolph Reddish Mrs I IContinued From Page Onel I for the hard work you put t en Roberts of Jacksonville' mem nn.l. to ml" 'ir''i n.rr,. .
Miss Trawlck the
Mrs. O. Jr. watst1ng Donna Into making the fish fry BUCJIan All livestock must be removed menla to nefiire, fitderht i'il .ini, 112 1 E.:: Call I"h. 969-177!
L. Haynes
University of South Florida. Drew Roddlnh and Mrs. B. C. After School' DltMim I from was. Installed as district director. ,mnt"' tvith, ...'n4OI..i. *mpfiiieflIn .'
t ;; Mr. and Mrs. George HoHzendorf Jr. enjoyable event. acreage diverted from ."nn.rtl"R', 'therewith' to
Tampa Is home for the summer. 1st--Marvin Prlti'hett Un | reslen. -
production under the IMS
U. Stevenson and family in Sincerely, ,
Loral admittances to Bradford ion County 108 see. Mrs. Brown was presented
Lillian Feed Grain -
S. Program May
Oecatur) Oa. from- Thursdayi Mist Martha Sue McCali County Hospital i Monday.MTs. and George Hugging attended. Include: Mra.. Edna Mills Mrs County 11.7 sec. .county office manager, remln-1 1 i director, Mrs. Myrtle Cherry HJLJWJIN JUI-ilNiJ PLUMBING

Clifford HemmlnirwayMiss' he District 4-U events day in Margaret Hinaon Mrs. Gertrude Pre-Twn imixlon: I clod! farmers this week. Program -':. for her cooperation during the

Marguerite McIntyre! Palatka on Saturday.Mr. McBride. Walker McGee 1st llerble. Whitten Union Waldo Sets i regulations s f''lfy that 196 1-6J: year. Door prizes COMPLETE

i nd Miss Edith C. McIntyre and Mrs. Halbcrt L Mrs. Doltle Loper. Mrs. Inez County 17.0 HOC. acreage diverted under the- were won by Miss Irene Triebait. SERVICE AMI NEW INSTALLATIONS
>f Oodwln, N. C. were last Lowder of Lexington N. C.. Hamilton and Ferrell Louctte (All Mccond place dlHquall- CentennialCelebration I, program may not be grazed Me,. Cocomlse and :Mrs

Tuesday and Wednesdaj Mr. and Mrs. James C. Saunters Smith all of Starke: Richard fled). I from May 1 to November 1. Dyal. Ten pound bags of new \ FREE ESTIMATES f

meats of Mr. and Mrs. HcnrjOodwln. and Mt. and Mrs. Rudolph Norman and Oad on Wllker- Jurk Benny. Division: I No crop may be harvested potatoes were given to each
son of Lawtey: William Greene I 1 member In attendance the
Sink were" Thursday 1st J. P. Bennett Union from the area during the entire by Phone 964-2904
Lester Crews was visiting blrsister. nleht supper guests of Mrs. and Thomas. Forayth of Ral- County. 11.3: HOC. year.

; Mrs. Ernestine Hookf Bather starling ford; J. L. Strickland of Mux- 2nd Wilson Rivers Union A Centennial Committee will The County Office Manager' -

In New Orleans. La. Trorr. n.r. find Mrs. Garrett Kem, vllle; Mra. Virginia Mlnton and County 13.6 ccc.TIRI'l merit In the Waldo City IU1I stated that she wax issuing'k I -

Thursday to Monday. pers of Lakeland will be week. John Kllnonvm Hawthorne* : HACK tonight (Thursday) to complete this reminder since qualification .

: Mrs. ;Victor Lamb was callfli end guettts of Mrs. Carrie and Mrs. Mary Ann Williams of TH'n-\." IMvUliiiu plans for a May 23 <>b-\ for diversion and price rv 'IT i -- e-ToGreater! ValueS'if

to Ban Antonio Texas thl Ward. Mrs. Ward had a! Hampton. t 1st' Emory Prevail >Jr. ....rn'lCoG, m ni e m Orating support: payments defends On \
week by the acatlfof'her slsi > quests last Sntundny Mr. aiu I IMrs. Mr.\ and Mra. LoiUs \Voth nnniverwiry" of the I I participating farmers' full o

'i r. Who was stabbed to1' death !.,Harry McDowell) and cHll- and family of Live Oak were : Shorty 'Kelly. Union mustering out of Confederate, I compliance with wxmSoo
program pro.

l', Woods on Sunday. I' After Mrhmil DUInlont1st Fred Donaldson. Jr., chairman The signup period' for the

: Local admittances to Dottor's '. -- Eugene Johns Union of the planning commit- 1963 program ended on March) "aetAGV \

What should you tell Hospital tills\' week were County. 1H: MFC.2nd tee say that Starke has a ,,26 and sixty-five farmers In
Mrs. Joann Durrance and Mrs\ '
I Blair }Harrison Un- pedal interest In this event' Bradford County
are signed
:. your child about. money? Lucia Tliomaa of Rtarkc; and. ; Ion County, 10.3 see. a* It IH noted that In forming I I up to participate In the pro- '' tlo ?

Mra. Juanlta Brooker of Jaikitonvllle. \ i Pre.Teen Division) : the company in Marlon Coun-i i gram. Then farms divert 1.j
: ,.. --I I are I f."e.-! .. _
1st llrud1 'ty In 1862. there \
Gary Prevail were men ing 1,632 acres from\ the production .
Pfc. David C. Long of Fort 1 ford from Bradford ..
22 at themualerln&In.
County. nee. County of corn. This acreage ."er.....
Lewis Scuttle Wash will
arrive 2nd Diane Rivers Union "Theie are naniea must be devoted. to conservation '

S home Wednesday to behead County 317. such as Davis. Johns and use us well as not being / i'

usher at his brother Tom's Jack Ili'imy Dlxlnlon! others In !ithe muxtertng-out' grazed or cropped.The MOTHER'S DAY SALE!

> wedding to Miss Karen Stone 1st E. L. Bennett Uuvul roll which I nm sure could be Feed Grain Program l HduHlgnod Ends
on \lay IS: at 8 p.m. In the County. 17.5 HOC.2nd traced to some of the prevent ,
to help farmer Carp's Own Famous
&. FlrHt! Baptist" Church of Covington J. P. Bennett, Union residents of Stark," Donald bring feed production in line May A Brand

: 1 Ga.Twentyone. County 19.4 sec. son said.The with demand by diverting acreage 8th! .

members of the P. J. Novak manager of mutter roll /gives the normally used for ,

Intermediate B Sunday Schoo'' the Bradford County Fair. sapressed names of 281 men at the final grain production Into conservation \- '1 Seamless
and Training Union of the roll raIl. In Waldo Nylons
First Baptist Church appreciation to the on May 20. practices. Program payments 1.
enjoyed 18U5.
> Union County Riding) Club are made to partially
swimming. games and a ham.bUl'rer for staging this. enjoyable The Centennialweekend offset the loan of Income which

fry at Anatasla State. show for the t'nlel.talnm..nt of will begin with a beauty content otherwise, might he realized 4 That Sell Everyday for 75c Pr.
Park lout
Saturday afternoon. "
Fair-goers. at the Waldo school' $.it. { from the crops produced: 01
Called here due to the sudden -
4- unlay !
night May 22, when
I the acreage diverted. Based on
lllnexs and death of their Jacksonville Jaycee MUs Waldo Centennial will be the Intended diversion, farmers SAVE
father. L. M. Wildes of the '
choson to reign over l.sUvitIe. In- the county will earn a 3
State Farm! were Mr. and Mrs 189
I Speaks To Rotary I' PRSFif
I total of $32.300: In Charles Wildes Augusta. (5u.,
/ ;? I Combined worship services) payments under the 1V43\ : program
%vii ..-, ,#'* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wildes. Marvin Sylvest of Jacksonville will be !held I Sunday, May 23. .
.. .
and Mr. and ru. L. T. Wildes I ,
.zMul el1I a <<\1 in the
,. ne.lIp recent -I I ni i no \\5100 5t'DflflI auditor-|I I. .
of Hyat villo, 1\1<1., Dr. and Jayvee Oratory Content ion, followed ; "
4put td'znoutma I by a picnic on qvelDy. micro-me.h arid
Mra. J. Wllllum pf.i" se.I... hose
Weoloy of Dayton for Florida, was the ,
I guest upetk- grounds.: All -
at "i
+ Beach and Mr. And Mm.. ert the Rotary Club \VeJ- 'I tending' are asked to persons wear old .4 .t .# model molded t, fit ft,. leg eonfour perfectly!
Marshall B;. Sides of .,' 1 Every JHir; guaranteed for
S4n.Wae Jackaonville. liemluy.Pointing. costumes tatng
1nn I tatkl4. suitable for the) .' .i b.sfy west and
& d DsalWrnset' Also attending the fun-', out that trovern-' Centennial and beards for the NEW I) fed f11! S..utilul new Mmm.r.. '' si.dsa in siz.s per.
cnil. were Mr. and Jfrs.. T. II. I IAtiktn. monte. bawd on Individuals( lII..n11\ be-Un order. ) 8Vz to I 1.x 1.

This new free booklet Mrs.. Hilda Valero Mr. have "perished, while governments Following 'the picnic lunch. '

and Mrs. S. U. Stevenson of. based on haw have surivived the Centennial. program will' ECONOMY :'

has the answerl! Fernnndina Bench Mr. amiMra. I the speaker urged more,, start at :2 p.m. with Congressman I
: ., Wade Reynolds of St.Marys. active USE I'AHP-S : --...
I I participation In Billy Matthew as .
fri, leone your.children learn- gov.j'I gusatspeaker. CHAMPION .. ..
to manage money. the On. Mrs. John Norman. ernment on the port of Also' participating I'I CON- ..
", 1
( a. Mr and ( waV will be VEMENT
rs.I' nessmen and women. He the Santa Fe High
This new free booklet. "What You Should Telf Vour Child Lewis Alford of Burtow Va\ue\
Introducod by Charles Saw-,! School' Rebel Choir. The reenactment -'
.Ataut Money" offers authoritative help. Cleat' and down Mr and Mrs.[ W B. Murraynnd of the i8 Layaway (flay

f&earth. daughter\ : of Savannah.. 0...,I yer.Bnford: 1 MttcJiell, club president !-i! out of Col. ""m..t.nn./f/ 4tt6k

,The subjects covered? Money-a fact of life. Learning Rev. and :\f...,.. R. N. Colley and thanked the members I men will be played by RalphJ. FOUNTAIN PEN I IONLY 't IIJ j"

tefflns at home. AllowanceS-how much and when. How son of Augn.sta. Oa.. Mr. and who assisted In staging la tweek's ,.I Tompkins and u group of \ !! ....
to determine spending money. Part time job. Summer :Mrs. L. L. Sides of Jackson- I nurcesdful Rural-Ur Tampa men known as the I.. .. --

J6t*. Importance of a goal for saving. And much more. vHI% < Mr. and I Mrs. Max: E. ban fish fry at which Home! Florida Confederate Army. Mr, j; 1.79 c?

Prop In and pick up your free copy. You'll]' find It helpful., Weiiley of Jesnp. Ga.. Mra. J'I, 1,800 guests were served. I Thompkuw la the gnuxUon of I IWilson Just in Time

D. Wildes Wayvroas.. In this connection' he road.; Peak Thompkins. who COSTS LESS TO Curl I F. For Mother's Day!

Mr. and Mrs. John M. MurraySr. I the following letter front I; rode with the St. John's R*n- COSTS ICS TO use I V..

First Federal Savings and Loan ., :Mr. and Mra. Frank :M. I newcomer to the county "ex-1 gore of the Florida CS Cavalry Purtettd Uv.f.ffll cOon, SPECIAL PURCHASE OF
:Murray of Wayvrowi, Mra... .
J'I: pressing appreciation to the and wrote 4& poem dencrib- prenrm dIlSfldsbiS> fey nt- -1
T. Wildes and Adrian Wildes') 'I Rotary Club for Us ing the moos sariS NATIONALLY
hospltall- mustering\ out at Wal, 'l.
Association of Starke and sons of Om ga.
Friends of Mrs. W. O Halle :, To The ITrvklrnt8urkr Al Lewis, a producer with ItoflQW. polf/,iti.Iai C"" T ;
will\ regret" to hear of the deathof WEDU m4wni trad
i Rotary'' dub Educational TV 4n w Summer
218 N. Temple Ate. / ,
her daughter-in-law Mrs. As a newcomer to Florida. Tampa will\ assist with tile UncandltIGMIIr gvaeantesd"' .c Dresses
Jack\. Halle of Miami who died 1 1 I want to tell how much re-enactment, .
you and pierre Be- ......- .g..1usi .-- .
Come In For Your on Sunday after a lingering I I I enjoyed your flan fry 'last\ Jnno 0 f Galnevvllle. radio sallies. s.d _t_.. ,sl ,
: Copy Illness.. Mrs. Halle Id survivedby \ I week. I have Jived In three at.aUon'OG( will nerve a.. =';,:': ''\rat: .: \ VALUES

her husband two norm and a state -- New York, New' master of cervmonie. c__ a. :1 ,

Today! daughter. Funeral ervicaa were I Hampshire. and Connecticut A souvenir program book la viItov.ya-, t

held Tuesday afternoon In the j I All have active Rotary Club I being prepared. with hUtortal : TO 5.95 399

Van Oradel Coral! Gables. Chap. I but to my knowledge they text and photographs, and ,

: The Winner of the Penny Guessing Contest at el. have never tnvMed the public i CtvH War artifacts and me- Ester / : %

: the Bradford County Fair Was Mrs. W. F. Lpfille and son of to be their guests for lunch. I mentoes will' be on display I .4f \

Jacluoutme. 'were U..t Friday i We have been m Bradford' during the celebration.I lICsc
: MRS. LINA PARKER dinner guests' of Mr. and Mrs. County lOin,.. Feb. ... and I I ... Docr. mad Cot4og,. N v.Ity, C.ttoai.
.-&.fbs .....
R. O D nsby. have been .fa I '" Piq.... W.
| mad to feel at i : .. \ ".. C..brars.
: 628 Pinewood Drhe. Starke :Mr. and Mra. Bill U.-aham: home from the first day. Wei I I- I j7\;, Iemb.r9., Jen..1Id

took their |tranddaukiner. ID.tdra l Kive foitnd the pe..ple Othr Fl.. Fabrics!
:: _Fhe wax awarded'a( $2.00; Savings Account. very Liastie :Notebook 13.ft Bradford .j S S.... ,
Williams, back tj her frl..ndlyand helpful and have at the County .,.. Cap aid S.ort SJ.o.J

borne In Atlanta. G>i. on Monday received nothing hut the moet Tixrr.RAPr.- Ii't; T.ttd... S.i.en' of
Telegraph : Sty'., Ir Colon!
and Tuesday \after Jweek's Courteous attention In all your ,I r.tlt. Juai.r MiIOS oltd Holf.Siafllu !
vt ..t. shops. Might[ I aJI I Last I y, a. '


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HTBSDAr. APRIL %9. 1993.

'I May Breakfast I I I Gardcn Club I I
I )New Story Hour

| Next WednesdayMembers I ri Fleets OfficersM t rt Held It At LibraryThe

: of the Starke II. Jordan: of th' t f"' .' first In a new seriesof

Wpman'a.,plub are reminded I.-iilM !in R Kr In I lb.0 Ml t i Hi. 4,' Story )Hours wan held at
that Monday: night Miy 3. Is I i. irrfrn'' Club
GLADYS MOOTY I the deadline! for making reaervatioit _Lzk: 4- ","Ids. nt 'll" If m-ettl1'1; : nf \ afternoon at 3:30: under. the

'." -, for the annual May C.1.ra f I't. evening direction. of Mrs Carl Minx,

Phooe OnM-OASt ,1 Day Breakfast at 13: noon M's.\, :Ilil.'irtl!\ Niniviii 1I \ The program will be presented -

I Wednesday; May 5. Reservations i 'III: nni chatrminm prrki" i iii r en the lI
may be mada with Mrs >" .'tort! in wlio -h"'''" ::1 i fourth Tuesday of each month
. i ..:,' V J H. DuPre. Ls 'i'b, iqunp'-( rtiffri"n': inI (11'n effort to Interest! children -

The breakfast U open' to all I I I'ls that m-i-p u-'s-'i' I l I'i ii In activities of the liir-

dub members and their house -I, Qr""lhnll"1"! >' ary, All children In Br ',Co"d

guests, as well a< prospective M" ru,'ji--' + the "rorarvl'II.I1:11n'T. \' "ri t County. ages; 6 through 9. lore ,

Itrlary members of the club. The aid, : / Mr Jmt.ut invited to attcnl. t tAllyone

I colorful theme will center! a- .llvl,,0"1 the Marn Chit'"s ," 'interested In helpIng :
,1 / o round. "May Diy Festival." I'l'rIls" for the rmivy i"I 11II ( ; with the Story Hour may

Members of the Little Wom +t ai M, ulvrn H the Nut' ', |1'" .i S yl call Ofl4- :22t.: !

en's Club will, serve at the> --tnrt" Hiri| ...t of I Hii 4 ,

breakfast under ''Ih?! directionof .i i-nlio'iw, whi'.'-h havii i. C.4Rll: OF TH.VNR.S!

.. Mrs. F W Strickland. MM. ,.ilf'-il, in tit 'Ir-lnlniT, of Inmitrs -- ----- t'I
Walter Jones of Jacksonvillewill j Frown. lent Tommy :\lrId"... Mr.' and Mrs. It. I*, "Melendon In.Ir. : and, :Mrt for pmil'irllvp, j Jo'1' ': ,.rl{' DcvrickMr Our heartfelt' thanks to all

be the honored guest and i ....m.. :Mcl endnn. I 'tit's they air r'lcu'M who extended comforting sympathy -
\ I l Lnnat'l1\rnt and t Hsslntanro, .
will" Install the new officersfor The I'I"c'I"1"f ocn 1'11 lot {: \
1963-66. Mrs. W .W. Hood I Mr. And Mrs. McLendon Hosts At Lovely Reception ''ho cl'mll\l& in our recent sorrow
year wns held<1
.- and" Mm... r Irving IC. \Ve Are deeply grataful: for
.r '" Mrs. Tyler Jones and Mrs. F. Tl .... KiirN: of I'.ilitka annnunc thet'lIK'IIfI'l1Il1nt the beautiful ....nervlre flc.-nl
.. : B. Beard are In charge of One of the most delUhtful" Mrs. W. '{
- ar were B. Munrty., Mrs. The stage In the main: clubroom Miv mrrdnt'wlitrh wilt b! a': of their daughter offerings' and otherkindnesses
rangements.Following. parties of the Easier season E. F. Miles. Mrs. H. O. Bates! further emphasizing th' coveted, dish. '!<'fniprr ; many I
I Mi I'Mltrt.': l.. R. Dev ,
'" the breakfast an was the reception!' given by III. Mra. J. R. Kite Mra. H. EUater! motif, was! bunked with Alfa\ I.. V. lUrdln." 1'1''sl-' rv. Larry extended to us The
rh k, of Mr snit Mm. Denver
. entertaining program\ will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paul M. Rlcharde. and Mrs., E. F. magnolia leaves surrounding drat Hiked momlw.'rH'! to I pliuciirranHrinrtni.s ( / Mi'vrlik ion, nf Stark family' of Harry UnderlN'OOd.' I

ai.i presented. McLendon of the Stats Farm Mayton. AIM assisting with a larva tree! fashioned. of magnolia .. |In the I public., MINN KiirU:, ,Is a IRA4 Rrad-
t honoring their eon and hospitalities were Mrs. ArllnMcKnUtht. leaves. Interspersed! In Mhrnrv during' Ijbrnrv Wrrk, I
1111. h' of I'uliitkrt/ lllRh School'
Flower Show daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Logan Baldwin the leaves wore numoroii-s pink The niPdlntr! was' h'M at the I and I IH At South At.
.J. James Nelson McLendon. of Mrs. M. C. Roberta Mrs and white Faster bunnies At : home of Mrs\ lull. Mathewswith I
Winners NamedThe 'tooth' Oil G. .ill Rust Talatka.
Baltimore. Md. Tyler Jones Mrs. MauriceWlngate. points of interest thiouAhout' MM Muxfc. ('nil'r Hr. itscnhostess :Mr> licvrlrk In H Rrnduitt of d

Starke Garden Club The reception waa held at and Mrs W. R. the room were huge! F.natcre4tga who served. ,a rti'H-, I llrniironl.I Hinh Sc .ool and 'Isrngdnv.d
the! Starke Woman's Club on Ward. made
of bo'all-
styrofonm irrt
course kluilnu tli.. mxUIhour. ,
held Its 7th annual Flower' ( "' | lit I n W Auto Suppl' -
Saturday evening, Apr IT. The receiving line stood In t tlfully di'cornU'd with satin ..
in HtmkrCoinplrto
Show at the Florida Bank. Approximately :300 the lounge where the mantel
guests were : I ribbons flowers!, and puffs of
/ wi-iliHnR' plans will I
Saturday ant; Sunday, April invited to call during the appointed held a beautiful fan-shaped. nylon tulle! also arrangements 1 I
34. I Open louse I Itlcl; lii uiimMiniTil, nt n litter. date
hours eight to nine. arrangement of pink carnations ')f ''avender-plnk poppies !
l' # Mrs. J. D. Doyle served as : thirty. gladioli and white pompoms The refreshment table, cov- At Perkins 1'ionic I CharleyE. I

chairman for the stow which The receiving' line waa composed centered" with a pink red with a white linen cloth

used the theme "At Home of the honored: couple,, bunny rabbit surrounded with was centered l with a 1 ITK) 'arrangement Rev and Mrs\ John IVikln.. I tin-1vi'klim' son. Gary mid hi"* .

with Flowers.' Judges were his parents and his brother i miniature pink baby chick of pink Sweet )unlit prn lioiuio\ lit their hom i lifltlrru of JackKonvllle

t Mrs. C. H. Baker. Mrs. James Tommy. The junior Mrs. Mc- The bookcases at either end h..llrt'OR"II., snapdraRona and lit Ijiwtcy last. Sunday afternon Reach Mr anti Mis. Maurice Johns-
r N Moore.and Mra I. X. Cheves. of In of lln'li, IVikliM If f Jacksonville. Mr .
Uendon was lovely In a pink the fireplace, were centered carnations centered" with a olxsriviinrj. -
In the Artistic... Division the silk organza sheath featuring with three-branched silver pInk bony and miniature 33Ui: witldliiK aiuilvrrinryThe ,I and, Mia Myron C Prevail of "about thin question:

Sweepstakes winner was Mrs. long full sleeve with matchIng candelabra holding pink lighted chicks. This arrangement was rofrmhniFnt tabor wits | Keystone.. llotuhts... Mrs. Mary

D. H. Penovrr. and blue ribbons I / acceanortea. Her corsage taper. balanced by a pair of three- covered with u white einbroldrred Helen Chapman of trenburg.Mm "The I2S.M.1.1: : verdict-.

( Schmitt Weds Will Ray Millern went'to Mrs. Penoyer was. a pale lavender orchid. branched silver candolnbra linen cloth coinplemrntpd PA': Ymiiui of Wlens. Oa., .. In a hontlnK In*
I ((31. Mrs. T. B. Hardin Mrs. I I Mr' anti Mrs I Von LatnvrMof Jury
<<. Mrs. McLendon 8r. wore a holding lighted pink !tapers with a plrnl iirrunuemrnt make* me realize
Home Ceremony On April 16th R. F Young/ Mra. A. R. Nor. cranberry silk sheath with .Delegates Attend Silver roinimtea held decorated of while. gladioli!, chrtui- JiirkMiitvllle, Hrnch. Mr. that 'halting ll/ihlllty In.

I. man. and Mra U V. Hardln. matching lcolI and a FFWC ConventionIn mints and cryatnlllwrt Lions arid baby beats flankrtl and (/Itenn Florence. of take. .Ia I much more Important

A beautiful and Impressive pink floral motif adorned the In the Horticulture Division corsage, of white .sweet. peaa.Oreetln pecans. and silver trays 'held by thl"-I"'I" >Ir.1. | rnnilt, lund.., u lid 1 Mrs MrlU\ nUll and rancaj to titan the
stole of white Mrs. Paul Raymond the Hollywood ., HIII tun %Ve,'ka of Ili'llcvUw! carry
tddlnc/ was soliwlzed skirt and a won guests on their arrival an assortment. of petit fours I.I IM: At oilier vantage point t
"all rlnk I have
at the home of Mr tulle complemented -ffle por- Award of Merit were Mrs E. L. Matthews patty "sheila, sandwiches. and'' vii. I arrangements, of. Rladlitll. coverage
Mra J. .
A. Griffin, '
prenl.lnntof the boat and motor.
. Id Mrs. Charles Schmitt on trait neckline: Hy head piece: | Mrs. Young/ won the Sweepstakes and Mrs. J, W Klncaid. caks. ii'i'l, 1 rhrynantlirniuiiin\ In on

fklajr afternoon. April 16, at was a short circular veil attached and blue ribbon winners Presenting irueU to the receiving Mrs the C.Stark: J, Woman's, Club The two round punch table! i'ii-:'d'5 of yellow situ white Recent Birth Would about :3c u tlay buy
Hoiipt ppmldnntelect -
o'clock when their daughter to a flat sweet-pink! In horticulture were Mrs. line was Mrs. CharleyE. : covered with flisnr-lennl'i c''fr' ass ptMiri-cl, by Mrs, I {L'nmpreh nHive Liability
., and Mrs J. W KincaId
ar,., became the bride of satin bow she carried' a cas-1, Raymond. Mrs. Manning. Mrs. Johns. Inviting/ guests to attended. led FlorliU Federation cloths of white oigiindv, over I (I i.r"i u. U3herU! Hr and' se rv- Mr ant Mrs Pant Randall. Insurance for my active

111 Ray Miller\ son of Mr I cade arrangement of Frrnrh- Young Mra. Ouster Mrs.7brede I the refreshment. table!! wee'. I' of Woman's Club Convention white .satin were! centered<1 I'l'i ranch win Mrs Charles. I i ice I I IrHMliuiuKh' of 8t.,kCl announ. family from the Charley
Mr Allen J, Miller of ed sweet-pink carnations a- Mm. Norman and Ml kVr, hire/ Mary, llrlinChitiiuiii the birth of" daughter, Johns.
|M I Mrs C J. Houpt and Mrs\ .. delegates. at Hollywood with .silver punch howls. hold- Aar..ney1"Charley
The Rev galnst background of nylon Mrs Tyler Jones. /. kept, the ink April on Apr. 21\\. In llradroi'dCounty l
la Island Oa. a I Ouy Sale The floor hostesses Fin. last week In* Ire rings with rnac-budi", i iiri' guest iii I I
+ 1 tulle satin leaves" and Jack Waterhouse of the Olheis" lloH|>Ua|. E. Johns
VJton. Orady of the Firstreabyterlan puffs Among the bill that '''( rn'treled t the punch slating| ( the hoatrsswrre ,
aatln ribbons accessories : Junior' Oarden Club was win wer"endorsed I II Mr 'I HKt anti. ,t Mrs Joseph. A.;
Church perform- narrow Hrr sod rerp.inicmlnl to ) ",-'sin-} the, tables" and in- Myron Pievutt. Mrs .
I the nuptial I mere of matching ner o/ the Junior Horticulture 34th Anniversary the Slat UcglnUtiire.' for pin-1 I --1"1",1) 'in he greenerywer Kale Young and\ Mrs llnlx-il I Guy' Fort" Ilennlnii.", Oa. an C Agency
iimmci', the birth of a' "" lit 8 Walnut RI.
son .
The said their marlag color f Division. l'i If nt ,
couple age were ni.Hsinns for .the pink colnredchirks \< Faster, \
I Observed 'I! ) Jury Wayne born Apr 24. PI ION K 004-0201
Miller his By Out of
vows before an Impro- i Mr attended son control of ormrem 'tcrntilre., ant miniature eggs.Prn'lritntt umn guests Included

ned altar of miniature mag- as best man. I Stork ShowerFor Beta Sigma Phi and. n moral co.1.l. ol dencyfor : nt the punch I II I Ii
lla trees and paltm. An Mrs Lloyd Oreen. organist. 'I i I--
> I' motion plcturoa. It was Howls were Mta J tin's I llniliie
Th of burning white tapers I played the traditional wedding Mrs.' Alvarez The 34th anniversary of aim. recommended. that the I Mrs Ooh !FP KU"'n, Mrs Harold -

1 sewi-branched candelabra made, Beta Sigma ('h1'. foundingwas .(. for teen-age, tlrlvera be Godwin anl.MliM UrmidaI
irmed a background for the | Mrs. Srhmltt there for her Mrs Ida Sue Aly..... was celebrated April 30 by rained from. ".'41 to 10It.Home / wls. Aim" assisting at the
Inburst arrangement of d.ucht.f'1'edd.n.. a street. honored at.a lovely, stork Oturwna Theta chapter! at the .life, wa etrrxnj along punoh table. were the Misses ) )

'hlte' gladioli giant mums length dress of sky blue peau< .howei...on Monday night given home! of Mrs. Rudolph HU/.oh.j/ the "Uiem' "When oomeKT I Sheri IJjwjwcJI, Faye Ilngwell..

fid pompoms InterspersedIth de sole with. 'imported lace : by 1of.... Seebcr Goodman. eeon with Mr. Arthur Paint I, tops, drllnquency twgln.-. Barbara Bales. Betsy Matthews Jj4oownooiiwersAny

emerald leatherleaf fern trim and &('('rWlOr'f'S' to I Mrs. J.or IVIUrd.: and Mrs ... eo-hoatnr. i Onv. and Mrs. Ilaydon lee I>rhy and Mrs

The bride. given in mar- match Her corsage was of Marvin Nneg| at the horn The first chapter of the. sorority Burns. were honor guests at John Miller >

ace/ by her father, wore an Cymbkdhim orchid of the latter wan formed In AHlene,/ the "Stars Will Shine" banquet Out-of-town giv'nts. Included1

tquUlte white floor length ,I I Mrs Miller mother of the I An attractive pink and i Kan. on April 30. ' Thereare .a convention highlight. I Mr and Mrs !F W Cog ,

>wn of Chantilly lare over I| groom. was attlfed, 'In a stract ,I whit. color schem was car- now/ 7.BOO chapter. and ,I Mr.. N: P. rearfirst dill Oalneavlll. It A Ciw I .

ntlque satin with a aabrlnafekltne. ''length gown of pink summer ., fled out In th. party decoration 17S.OOO members In 14 countries | vie president. nf the Oeneral :':. dill. Tampa; Mr.. H. O IluUs'jr. i, ... _

calla lily sleeves and sheer satin with matching; accessories and summer flower arI > Federation, wa. enitorned'. as. 8t ,,,"terabtu".. Mr\ and<1
with I rangemenU. Th refreshment I preeUlent. of FFWC for Ih. ,; Bodcocft
molded bod Ire The dome complemented I I I Traditional ceremonies wereobsrued Mra loule[ I. Wnlnwrtiilit i
&klrt terminated Into a chapel' !I' a Cymbtdlum orchid' corsageA | table, covered In a whit I as Mrs. Dot Falling coming year and the incumbent Tallahassee; Mrs James

;atn edged In a motif of scalped reception for guests. who. linen cloth, was centered with/ ''i iI chapter president led the president Mrs Mark W llodKft!, Miss Ikirbnia' lUtm" ,,
I| a tall stork and flunked. Kmniel, preside 1 daring the Terrific SelectionTo /
( lace She wore a man- Included members of the immediate by membership' In the Founder's Miss Huron Seurext. J II Con

|Ila of French Illusion with aMe '' families followed the crystal C'a..IIkl.r.. with i Day Pledge A special mi-Mag". : weekThe.. dill and Charlie Mmrne all

border of Chantllly lace ceremony The bride's table. I i whit. tapl'I I I from the aororlty's founder convention wan. attendeil of Jacksonville. ; Mrs Kate Choose From
w.a. covered with a floor j! The honoree received h.rI by 97O delegate. from llrunuwlrk On
Icing. The bridal boqu-t I Walter W ROM of international Sheppard| of
w.1 baby jflftts'slftU In a pink clubs throughout ....rl.\ l... 4
cloth a
length white organdy d1
cascade of Illlr -of-the white I Headquarters In Kanmta and Mr. and Mrs' C T Iliasley U.rltrerathrN fc "

.y. miniature! carnations< In-1 I over satin and wall garlanded {' the decorated/ baanlnet* and I City. ass \read by Mrs. Connie of brines, City .
'' presented her' 'rHu.'tI
with smllax at Interval
!rspenwrl with puffs of nylon ;' Caught Clark
llle, loop, of narrow satin'' *, with miniature carafes I I! with a diaper. bag a* a Cut(; and.Eleetrie l itgnges
The local I chapter of BetaAbrma .
I! to of the ocrttnton.i ,
of rrenched carnation Three !
tobnrw, and white satin i iavea m.m".j'
Phi with :37 active.
i i The :24 guests enjoyed
branched sliver candelabra, I
centered with two white. I: : .
( centered ....IUi ep'rgnettel:j'with prlsea and '.'"", members. Brownie "-
orchids She
fettelaya wore a i IWand
Troop of RLark and recent 'fY 'f-
during; the .party hours.
holding an arranC"'l'nof :
of pearla. a gift from | I ty adopted the annual project" ._
I Importd Holland Illaca. I
le irroficn +
of helping the underprivilegedchildren .arr, Washers
Mr Robo'rP' Kelly of pink ronebudji and rarmtlorwi' '
Suwannee Boat of the rOllnpublic j
fcrnesvllle served her sinter flanked the thl"f'f'U"rPdt.- arhoo) system Mra I/xan f/iii 'i'.; 1J1"'t'f.t
I matron of honor and only dIne cake which centered" Mie Trip Enjoyed Baldwin and Mrs W A Stern t Js a

Rhe em- table Wringertlint '
wore an
.ttendant .
f are "serving' a chapter sponsor
of : A replica of the bride's bm> Attemllnc" the
t* floor length !gown pink ,
and director< re.. >ecllvelyWalkerColoman
fed white. aUk organza Th- quet centered" the top of the River legislative, .h"1 Water

red hemline features: a beautifully decorated rake to SutaMty and flunday were
(tde. ruffle Appliques. a which were! attached showersof ,,",n. (Charley Jnhnii. tarv.l" '! : / tIg j _.
narrow satin rltoborw r s- !Ih 11 ford. T-.-orge Robert. dl I
-- tending to the "milax whk-h Lloyd I)yal. Jerome Johm>|I Mr and Mr NM C Coleman 'I es
Zolra Hamilton artn<)\lN'h.' .. marriage. t t
surrounded the eke Tra.sholdlne TrimmylUirXlfrm. 1 .
WinA decorated< tnlnta were ,. Carl Roberta. Ur of their daughter. Oall. In All Famous Namcs-Hotpoint-Norgc-Maytag

I centered with miniature! noae- A Y Covlngton. One Shaw,, Seaman Raymond If Walker ,

I gays A ttlrrr fruit bowl hold-' Bodily and Blah Bishop Hill on of Mrs Mary Walker of 1'ofyvtvl' W Finanre Our Own Account We Service What We Sell

In* a nne arrangement of Graham. IIJI Hosier R. A Pawturkett. R I The wedding = --- -. ..,
white snapdragon, sweet pink Orem Jr. Judge T A Yawn was an event of March 14 In I )

rooi-burts and carnations, witha I r R... I* MrL m>!on and ann.Tonuny Polkaton" Oa II t V 1t 4 ri "
The bride of Look What
rariand of smllax extending a graduate I

Pile \to err ud. mad. a 'perfect Th. group had a chicken" 81M. dew of '1M". and I w employed t; f R SWivel Rocker

background for the -<..
'n rr table' as It rested' on the buf Bimnfonf. barbecue dinner. Co. In Jackannvlll Heaman DOWN
Saturday night at Tanning Walker'U aboard the UHHForrental \ J.If
fetThe Springs and attended the I In ' Mny', .Many
!KOCHCASH punch table In the den Luxury lace ,d
bVdic-jtkm of the new channelat ( Will,
was covered' with a cutwork
!Style,. and l ,a
fluwtume. at the mouth of
cloth and ('t'fttlred1th a sliver Birthday Party
punch bowl from which: the Muwannee River on Sunday Deliver Wide (Lange of
J where fish dinner For Kathy Taylor at $6.00
( a wa I
to uet
punch was nerved"" < > i r N
_rw-J. Jotnlng- the party on j / Price* lit
Trays of aandwlehea wereplaced nf To YourIIOMI
Kathy Taylor daughter
Sands, wer* tea Green, Mrs
on the table Smilax R. A. Green Jr. Mia JoxnnFowler Mr and Mrs. Bon Taylor. ...1.!.1..brat. Lavish Alen<;on' lace and ('hssete From .
POT was draped around the edgy ... "h.r ttfth birthday UtTueerUy I J ;
and Mra. R. P MclInrSon. -
of the table! and caught at rnterval afternoon when W,.. I nylon tricot In a luxuri ,

.. ....n.... b .he :4.4hMg .lth bows of Illusion Phil Cronkhlt gave a party etnt4J
toe ,,'nt.. ::00.. 'lamps" toe and satin ribbon UUUM* Shtr- for hr at her home on N out slip worthy of your f t'h

(Jet. :Y." (*Hgalk. .I- fy. and Shelba. Mlllrr sisters Lane Women Walnut lit reel. prcttisnt; outfit.. Yet! it all j r Come Sec! Come Sec!

tiesIa Espy: "..k of the groom. presided at the Sponsor Dance :' Kathy and her .im. little 1. e
I.veral TInwe a Ira aad Gilrue punch -oowlsMr gueets enjoyed. game and refrenlimenLa |jundr 10 beautifully, 4 "

FAT. "Cask' 1'- "" SchmiU ereeted guests The Utile Women's Club during; th* party you'll want totvtry It \Vr iipprrrl.ite Ihr people of 1IlIdltrd( (County' vUitlng our booth
MrkaC at the door> and Mrs, John D boe.... I wear 1 many
Roof Melrooe, aunt of Uw will sponaor a dance Friday II I It ItSIZES at (the fair \\ lire plr..ed l lit iinnounrr, the following winner. ,, In our
Last ti3'eek'a Winner
from I till day.
bride rut the cake night Apr 30. i> WomenTo J 1 firiiwln' al Ihr. fair1.1 l l prl/e-S.indra HuKifln.. .11.1: S. orange St.; 2nd
U.NCIAIMKICah : > 11 30 In the Woman's Club. Junior
Wb.n the rouple left op a Music win be! provided by The 32 TO /) prirMri.. < .'. Nard ll'! N ,. (herry'' SI.; :,1rd prli. Jean Thorna. 221.

Pot NOW wedding trip to potnta In Chance of Jacksonville iOlen i Meet Monday ,, Ldfuvrllr SI : Ill prl/e-Jrnnlfrr IU+... Id. 2, lb" 122; :5th prize. ..Mr*.

North Carotin. Ute brtd 4A 'r..t.. Yawn I'. U. .Drawer. :111)).
wore a three-piee suit of .Nary The Junior Woman's Club .1r r

$75.00 linen w1th.b. trim and Bninmrlck Memorial win meet Monday, May 3. at

:t-aut. Trwrtpou.a lerwa..a*Vr-/le swab. at ,. be1 wn.a a-ergork.wrUte bouquet.Th orchkt.. Her from CIOI'MCe hitwedling Hospital. WlBer Brunawlc to. a traduai., Oa.Mr of I win m..turned when In annual by all report committees. laM 1r' \W. S. Badcock Furniture & Appliance l

ocrr"[ DRIGSUT Oiyrrn Academy Rich BciaooLBrunswick.
-) Y.., Next a. FilledKOCH'S bride to a graduate of O.. and spent four Hostesses for the .evening. Starke'a FashionLeader
wit] be Mrs. Tom fltaUlngs. ,
AT BH3 and inter graduated year* In the Nary H> .to eon : Associate Store
from D-a:! School of \fediral meted wftn" the Sea Wand eh\ .iroran. XI, ra. Cxi! a*rulers.
Mrs. Tom Cary Mra. Jerome'
rnrr.: DFUVKHT" Technology In AahevCto___N C foil nub John aril Mrs fussy Oreen. IUi
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I Sheriff P. D. Retldlith of Bradford County and "Sheriff John Hhltehead (center) played An liupre"Hl\e display of equipment wa .shown In a demonstration. by the local >atlunhoHt -

Eight flnaJIstM In Strawberry Queen Content (from leftI) Laura Lew Prl, ,, Scott, to Home 20 boys. from Florida Sheriffs. Boys. Ranch .luit Saturday afternoon. John al I iuurtl Company at the FaJrgrnnn. Moodily aftemimn. Total ordnance equipment aiudgnSlni -

Marian Green Janet Ilurdy l>nnnu Maiming:, Connie River Barbara Sue Edwards. and Ton |>Him (third from left) guided. the group through the ,,Fair and the two sheriff.* entercci to the company. .I in valued. at more than WUMW.OOO l I.'a... Maid I

: dil Olxon. tallied. the boys In the midway area. .*

= I committee meeting in Ladles .
Banquet Bible Classroom; 9:30: a. m. Hrant'h line from Starke (to Wannee Good Neighbor

.. Set Tonight I WSCS meeting buslneati t pledge and service program! In Rugged Days Of Early fiT was familiarly known as "Peggy" Award Goes

sanctuary 10 a. m.. I.
; Highlight of the Starke and Wednesday To BrabhamThe
Junior Choir i
.. Bradford FFA Chapters year. practice 4:30.: Family Night Railroading Recalled ,
the annual Parent and Bon
covered dish supper In Fellowship Community Planning:
Banquet. Is oet tonight Hall. 6:30.: I I and Improvement Committee
[ ) at In the %
: IThursdayl 7:30 Thurs. May 6 Chancel (The following article appearing -I built from Starke to Wannee I get hungry. The news butch L I of the Starke Rotary Club announce -

I Bradford High Cafeteria. Choir rehearsal 7:30.: I In a recent Issue of j along the Suwannee River in .I I also had peanuts. which h
; Over 300 have been Invitedto The Florida Times-Union. Is| 1807. It bore the grandiose soon disposed of. The Hcener), L.... . . ., ham all the recipient of 'The
the fete. Ouest speaker will I of Atlantic Suwannee offered Good Neighbor Award" for
FIRST B\ITIST! one of a series; prepared by name nothing promising I II
be "Tim" Mitchell Starling of CHURCH. that newspaper In observance| River and Gulf Railroad. La I only sand dunes and chapar; .. this month. He baa been pastor -
Macclenny the sixth State of its 100th) anniversary of Iter it served! its purpose hauling ral. When the conductor woe V T1.J: t I ) ) of the First Methodist.

: Vice President of the Florida: Sermons for Sunday May I publication. It. E. :Lagergrendid timber and still later asked about a source of food,,. I i)I FiJ Ii Hs-4ll Church for the pout four years

a FFA organization and a student -. 2: Morning With Authority much of the early surveying phosphate (under the SAL) I he said that. If the wind were, The award wa. presented at

; at the UnlveisUy\ of Flor/ He Commandeth (Mark 1:21.: I of Staike and Bradford I II until the mine played out but good] a sailboat might meet) the Rotary Club luncheon

S ida. 28)). Evening: Some thing A County and was also a talented I In its! early days, It was the them ahead and bring sand. r ''L Wednesday In making its selection
: Members of the two chapS I Christian Must Lay Aside (II I writer. >rvlnir as reoorter!I cause for exasoeratlon and wiches. : VVrrc V.2 known the committee

a ters also have a pVoaram? plan,I Peter 2: 1-0)). I and editor of The T Telegraph laughter! among railroad men. I Praying for a fair wind. cited Rev Brnbhum'a 'service"

a ned. VI I Schedule of services: Sunday 'during1! periods when his survey Incurable RomanticIn | Lagcrgren and the other! piisHengera and devotion/ to the people of

I Worship 11 am. and : work did not occupy his the first place the young t craned their necks this community beyond the

7.30: p.m. Sunday School 0:43a : I full time. The family tradition surveyor who laid It out was lout of the window. At last bound of his own congregation -

.m. Training Union 6:15: p.i Is being carried on by Mr. an Incurable romantic. To they saw a sailboat loom Into V truly a person living

HUR H I TO. Wednesday'-Fumlly Night Lagergren's grandson. Merrill" achieve graceful curves view. The sailor hopped out the Rotary' motto Service above -

I cCJ Supper, 6:15.: Prayer Meeting- O. McMillan who leas his own through the swamplands, he and push-d a wheelbarrow upa Self

7 pm. survey office in Starke and made speed Impos lble. Once row of planks. over the sand "People like Rev Brabhim:

: LNm I makes frequent use of his the muck In the roadbed to the train. He had a big jug cannot help but Improve the

GOSPEL.SING SPONSORED' grandfather's Invaluable field caught fire during the dry of hot coffee a pall of sugar community" In which they

BY FHP AUXILIARY notes.IA ] weather and burned up a halfmile a Hiring of tin cups and a ban live. the report concluded.
Methodist Church of line.Another ket of sandwiches all welcomed road magnate himself Henry suit of clothes. must have coat times ji day he ate huckleberry -

I Three well-known !groups man may become a surveyor time an alligatorgot gratefully. Morrlnon Flagler, put In an 123: he was low of move- pie 4from the Indian). *h.... flack l> 4}
will be featured In a Gospel and settle down In a : ment and speech and looked guava Jelly (from the slit .Htrrtr) Htatlnntnl
Schedule for the week: / stuck in a drainage culvert In Palm Bench. Lagergren 'I appearance. \\' Maillaun Ml'
Saturday- Gainesville District Sing to be held Saturday little Florida ,town as H. E. and the back-up caused found it impossible to get IIU First Multimillionaire like a common businesamun. ind fish CUbana'l, riullnf Mitrunk' 1141;,1"

Laymen's Retreat. Salvation I May 1. at 8 p. m. In Gainesville Lagergren of Starke did. but n flood that swept away another much in the way of Lagergren related: "As he But what a man! What courage -; Thotigh Lngergren / I II 'Mliip-llrat T Th.imaa Tru.'k

: Army Camp on Bedford High School auditoilum. this surveyor never forgot hiM half-mile of trark. tion or service at Informa.j wan the first multimillionaire I what might what energy ,( board the ateambont. I ritandnril. Truck. Slop I> V.)

V Lake starting at 3 p. *n. sponsored by the Florida earlier days as "gandy dancer" Engines. were not numberedbut All the officials. (' I had seen I looked at :Mr: !I.' the menu at his hotel was nodifferent. Nntilh, ;nil I I IC

Sunday Church School Highway Patrol' Auxiliary. with the Florida Railway & I named affectionately in roustabouts. were "arrayed in Flagler closely to see if sucha Lagergren stayed In one of The boat-hotel cook ( irkr I.ry. -nni| ...>r>. a.. >I*i..

9:45: ; Worship..11 a. ,m. and Gainesville Unit. Advance Navigation Co. bIn those days and Lagergren remembered Immaculate white anti .thoughtthemselves I man differed in appearance I West ".Im's two "hotel, ) Dimply dipped a net over the *4iilrkf, Iis.l'sp. 1 1i'ftIty 1 I'

7:30: p. m. MYF" Council. 6 p. tickets are $1.SO. children '1; 1035, Lagergren wrote j I the Grover Cleveland .too important to 1' from the common herd lie : (The other was a steamboat '*Mf, 'gave It a twirl, and came I titus, <4orporatUin*af.

m. MYF Snack Supper, 6; at box office adults $2. children his reminiscences In letters to | trying to negotiate the answer an ordinary man'squestions. was tall thin and straight i that"
.. Youth Meetings 6:30.: .$1.50. i a collector of brill road 'history Wannee Iftie. It was a windy ." i had! a little gray moustache |land1tb. a resigned shrug garbage he tossed overboard U, liaiii!, .. Jc'a.Ii!!.> l'' 4:

S Monday 31rl Scout 'Troop A. L. Marsh of St. AUg\1 tlne. day
603. 3:30.: GUI Scout Troop MADISON STREET The old LI mel' V 'welcomed the grass/ blew over the track, Into, nycophuncy the mutt day. : 'way down on his neck. His residence a* a hontclry.) ThreeS to call more mullet. Merrill Edwards.

607, 4:30.: Commislon on Ed- BAPTIST HOMECOMING chance to talk railroading again making it so slippery that the however when thereAt rall- I S Tar- --- Cl1I1Ut.--_!._ --..
: u'atlon.1 p.' m: Men's Club -" because he ..tld.] ur- engine had to move at a"nnll' City of Stark Fla. It

a executive Committee 7:30.: Oftlclstl Homecoming trill be held veying and map-making jobs pace. Northside Baptist operator In the mining area .'. an.l p".t nffl.<*r ...I.Ir.a.. "if*
Board meeting 8 p. m. Sunday. May 2. at Madison) are, IJke angels' vl.sltH few The engineer on the Woji- of West Va.. moving to Earl- I 'Ih. ...lulmMiit.. anil shah. Ii4. > ."-"n f ft -
Tue'ldnv WSCS!' exeruMvefree I Street Baptist Church with and far between." branch also ; Church Schedule ton. Fla. near Waldo: In June I t to by I ItiH I, i iMltiiiifil. lila air. > n(.
nee had to carrya IIIM attorney anil im>' liiirhilalni
the former pnstor. Rev. W. M.Dunoffan As a young man ho had bucket of sonil.<< When ho Rev. Charles Williams pastor .. ,I of 10SO and later to Oalncs-j I nr .ri-man. l n'.I'o ftleilh
vlll*. .ill .li. vvl'l$ AUCTION
bringing the morn- worked as gandy dancer came to one of the romantic of Norths I tie Baptist. i s.l ?.lirIe. J..nkln.Vhll...
Ing message. Dinner will be (lAborer on a section gong) I surveyor's "graceful ('urve...." Church. announces that for: : Surviving Is one daughter.j Maiirlr. Jenkins Whit.0 "i iniltur s

served on the grounds Every- end a voorl-phsHer for the he often had to sprinkle the the next three months he will I j Mrs Joseph J Zamborsky: of Tnl..n..1. uf,. Iy Will Jdr..n Jnd -

one invited.: fireman V jobs. to work his rails with sand to gain enough be preaching from the Book!!: Pittsburgh Perm; one son.1,'I \\ lilt.. ll..<'riillfil. ,

passage while seeing the coun traction to }>IIII,.. of Revelation. The sermons of),: I, Ray W. Bailey of Pittsburgh. ,\ 'I. Al'KINI4., : JitAnurniy EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
fur gs.uurIa
try. He settled In. Starke In and two brothers. Harry of
FIRST" PRESBYTERIAN Among his other standard Sunday morning and evening. III H\V Third' Hi
CHURCH 1870 and hiM memories recall equipment. was a bug of homIny will be from the New' Testament Montralm. W Va and Clarence 1I"ln..II.l .. Klcirl'U' 7:30: P.M.
chiefly the Florida I Dallry of Welch. W. Va flrat iiukiiuailim. April I *. l I. ;
/ Railway & ricenot for ,
or dinner but
II. Walton Grady. MinliuterSchedule prophetic book and th; 4/il 41, Cirle
*. Navigation Co. (later absorbed I to ton. In the tender tank to public Is Invited to hear these, I Builal will) be In Hampton ___.- V Highway 301 South Next toLawton's

HAMILTON for week starting by the Seaboard Air Line) stop. leaks. He also carried a messages. Cemetery with DeWltt C. ... .: iii' i..TIi U""
May 2: And 4fea West India Transit sharp nx> to cut trees' fallen Choir Organised I Jones Funeral Horn* of Starke Til MK:..l"rf:It M *
BEACH ; Sunday Sunday: School Co.Both arroMs the tracks and a supply The church has started I'' in Rev charge Carlos of irran will>meiits officiate ,. .* In. hvrl C Si"Ii y irivi n 'h.r WfHI.I.: : Fim.NITUHK( : : : & AIMM.IA.NCKS: ;
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. road were built of extra! provision in E. Muncy .
by cane
work In the area of graded 1k. in.1.r.In"I.' unili-r (Iii' t lVK: AUCTION: KVKUYTHIMJ.ED'S : : : (:.
11 a. m. Youth Fellowship 6p. slave labor hired from planters I the schedule was delayed for choirs. At I I '1.lnn. "r "..P2o..' ;.| i ,.
two choirs
present ...t .KlorliU. .>i In ..r 111 I II i ilfr ..
ELECTRIC .'m. he wrote. Their onlycqiilfiVhent .several (""y.... are being promoted and I .. ,...,. with 'thv i'l,'rl? ,,' I FURNITUREOpen f! I
Monday Deacon's Meeting even for high 811s.wt're Fire Ht In C'ar I others will be added in the I ,ri.'it". "Court. I In .n.' fr llr,,i.: Lt
I Services Friday .' ,, .
KNIFE 7 p.,m.Tuesday .shovel ill *. KlnrMa'' up i n, I ri
and wheelbarrow.The
Lagergren remembered future.
a Harold Alvarez is the ''e'| of prfiof of tcuhiietI' n I. ft .U.1\'C): A WeekIT'S
ttuwannee Presbytery rut the trees at For Mrs. Cone 83 .. ... ._ _
gang I trip he took on this line in music director and song leader 'O'- n .n. ih rii tin.>ii i in V "
.r %"K" I")t'UIINI"i' mrt' 'I' .
at Trinity Church ground level leaving the 1806 after "
a severe hurricane. for the worship service .
Of Brooker "|I' v; Tnnipi| l Ave HtfliHI '
JacksonvWe. 9 a. m. stumps. Pilings In the mud. Flying tree limbs had splintered I Special music b provided for vii anil J.M'K.. H llhXT Mf
Wednesday Session MeetIng sills were driven laboriously .the windows. In thecombtnatInr all and r: \'1'. I' 3'1 1 H ,uth' :* iii.'rHI .
{ worship services a Mr. Llllle Reddishrie.. 83. I I.' .iula nni1r whl...h. I am. .VI niIM 'j YOUR DECISION I '!
...It! 7.30: p. m. by home maul. I (car and the September -I music clinic Li planned for the of UMoker. Thurs. May 0,-Choir Prac A heavy section of live oak wind and rain were I: summer A worker from the morning in a Starke hoipltnl u ,jilts. ',", N i 11..1.. ,r ii i:..,
Jr. tice. 7:30 cii.. ..Jr.... yrlV.: ...I., .w.'
: about four
m.MADISON feet and 16 sit
I .' p. long so chilling that the men moved Florida Baptist Convention following an ext-r\- efl Illness' .
inchf*,. in diameter, Was. cut. ,to the:box car. There they ,I will bfl with the Northslde Horn Oct IT imi In nr-t'*. 1 Pttiil, thin 1"i h iH, ..*.>rnri,. EDUCATION I ORSUPERHIGHWAYS

STREET Handles were Attached to It. center! the floor with pile of I Church for the week' of study. ford County. she "had lived .*' ..,r', "ifA >t iMrkr. ..." ! r
,r : mi:t KtnrM"i I :
J V BAPTIST CHURCH and four stout Negro men sand! and lit a fire. It was all VBS Planned her All of her life ami was

.', 900 Block Went' Madiaon their imiHoles rippling would very cozy- until the box car I Plans have bo-en announced a member of the Brookerrupt t I ir\ lie' ":r\HK>'. I--HIHIIM.* \ ?

Street pound the pilings<< Into the caught flame. The engineer, for a Vacation Bible School! < Church Her parent. MttHK. ... .: UK.. ..IMIII. ....
IIKI i r \ <*'iHii>:
: Homo Coming Sunday. May mud. braked. 'and 'with palls old to be held the week of Junei were the late WlllUm nnd I'KU-O'X. l>H..Pr:H 1'.

2nd.. former members and Rnrlod. netKMilfj" Track tomato tins and hats the men I j i 7-12. A unique feature of the Mary Andrew. Reddish.. \+ r.vI4.d T' 'II'br ""II..p'.r '" '< Which does your child need most .
They worked hard. When dusbed from swamp to box school Is EurvlvUM .rfiur daughter .
friends cordially welcomed car : that It will provide A.I.if I 141. :Xntlir I I. a' ilhai '
I with dinner at the Church they died\ they were dumped trying to quench the fire. 'i cltuwes for all ages Including *. Sir*. Mildred Harrell and) rttnNlbl f*.rpwial" I't. .,!....'.- & good education: or more high-speed
I I ::\fl'll. Johnnie I* "tux., *. .MM-IIIM>.1| for th \ r
I Green both of
OFFER 12:30: p. m. with former Past in the track<>nd burled be- Along the way the train adults. I iirii H.., n.>w ,rtrhnqii anil l lr'm I.. super-highways?
or Rev. W. M. Dunagan neath the ballast said Lngergren were raced by the farmers' I I The Bible School will beheld Brooker Mrs.. Ida Lee I'lvim- .'m* April I, I..S .....h it i la

ENDS SOON !' f< preaching at 11:00: a. m., and The narrow gauge later fine horses. The horse? would I I[ at night in order that flier both and of Mr Starke, Clam Hrtifn. >."ur..,nt_ rirawln pr month Intrrritt. pI...' t"of,.p"1 i'nen Since 19
u, with former Pastor Rev Jack was changed to accommodate. usually win.! But the ohlUmer'i more people may attend and : one eon t I" .r,' iMit i.l ic put...lliihtnv. then rrowinsr !tate in the nation in
Mabry the standard engine and the recalled With humor "the I I Clyde Cone of Brooker: a '". "'.1__ the .m,,ui l li population growth/ '
being an honored guest transportation wlU be provldi !Sr-ooN\
an bwominir'
CAN HAVE hlr more and
THIS brother Willie' M Reddish of 0 'ii e .h nuif w e more crowded.
''I j of the Church. Members of rails wen shifted further a- train had better wind" and i for all who Uve within >H.,..... the lit .., 111" % More school MUST be
$24.95 ELECTRIC.KNIFE: the Church, are Invited to part. They popped-the weather was the winner over a long I I'I reasonable distance of theI Lawtejr: two sl'teis. Mrs i> ''''V warrant, will .hlMiir l liiir built And more teachers
: bring basket lunches and I causing them .to expand course. !I I church. The general. public Alice Edwards of Brooker. aril .*.n .lire. lifts the I levy uI" mu -t 1'It' Attracted. We must:> top the lo"., of teach
JFREE, PLUS SAVINGSUP ;! committees are asked to take And contract. But railroadmen When Logergren. read that I I and members of all churchesare I Mrs. Beside Sapp of RaIford: "i1.' "l'r..p i Vt5CC.rtv "C oOr TanivlMi Ih. tarn. F'.r.n p..... ,- erto hijrrier-rmvf! -oMVe are truly facing a

TO $60.00! over Immediately after the wore! dubious. They believed It' Flagler had pushed his I welcome to attend. The I ten grandchildren and 11 !. r iinltimld. .tnv.. .naltla' .antliiltht rrNU in etlucation in J-"
lr1'I'a 1TIndchUdren. ..nal, .n.... l'iis names i>f
morning worship sorvlccs. I wns the spirits of hose burled IdA Knst Coast FlOr-I: pastor will .teach the adults I 'llhiiui-nt lrannlr..p, .rt" The "u.'ttion of
) The usual services for the, beneath the track, still down to Paint Jteach In I and the subject under consideration Funeral services will be held Tax ivaTera anil. III. amount. oft jrur children anti or jour neigh-
WHEN YOUPURCHASE day will moaning nnJ sweating and of at 3 pm. Friday In the Itrnuk- _u. .Inrlmllna1. th. tMt nt ".1-!.1n..U'n. hra rhildrrn. in" indeed! threatened
be1; Sunday School. spring 1896 he was keen ; will be "Eschatology. I er Baptist Church with Rev and IB. pvnalllr .rI >
IMS: a. m.. Morning Worship no Negro dared 'walk the :that noutbernnioiit i or the Doctrine of LastThings. I I a. fnllnwa) Florida ranks! 9th in total
A James t.. Temple arid Rev. W !'! : population in the t'nited
Service' 11:00 a. m... Training truck After dnrk. j limit of track. Hut lie couldn't Hru_ H | States
'' A. Hogan otft """UnK. .%.vr. Sew Co II 4* thirty-sixth in per pupil
Union. 6:15: p m. and Evening The lines''' then connected 'find Palm Beach; it wasn't on Bu Acquired I'I Interment will be In the Relic Oarac 4 ISI ; for elementary and expenditure
Worship Service at 7:30p. : Fernnmllnn and Cedar, Key the map. I A bus has been acquired for In I I .-...rl.* XV m.. I'" education.
family plot Crosby lake t It *3Hlu
> Hill' lirlv Inn
m. And th< section gong often had Nevertheless the engineer use in providing tranftportiUon Cemetery under direction of I) Light' I May this be a great day, to repair It. The 33-poiinxl: to nra.lforil KnKhirln. ro 4T 11 inilirnte
LP-GAS RANGEDiscover ,leaving St", Auguntlne knew church services. Starting DeWltt C. Jane Funeral aiatu quo i ill !sufficient. Only an .
for our Church J A nrooka-virturjr iw. tt : arrou*. which means I rails were of soft English! the way and Lngergren left Sunday. May 2. the bus' will Home at Starke. Active/ pallbearers llti' Station I'ajU population can divert special( interest! and
great day for the LoI"<1. iron! and they often' turned up '.In July. The train topped at operate on a regular oute I will be nephew of i-liv,: -.h! M7; 3 ai.!tll" ci il road mon,.-. into the school political
the truly modern 1 1 Come with us and make us on the ends. In '.nnke heads./ Ormond for dInner but Lager- and time schedule. Persons Interested I Mr*. Cone. .''', 8..r.y.l.-. .Siatton is system where the crisis
lit II Ciii I 4 I 'I' times
many greater
i way to cook easier and faster happy. Fclder L. Rowan. Past If the snake I .
heRd '
wa only glen decided to welt until he landing the bus may Colonial. Pl'.rlt It i*
;with a TAPPAN gas range or. two or three I Inches. it didn't: I' 'Come in today and select the matter much. because the)JAvotn't far 964-0384. I. Tk. (' 'U Tfc. ('..Ni.1 I I frntit inii* u nr starve > Jl ,. Write or air."
along when. bciildesJth ........ ... J II I l.mii" i -: yocr State I.etf-latort to the
that's BETinCL: BAPTIST nr 4( C lf. upport e bills. :
range just right for train traveled so slowly ny-j' choking clouds of dust I ..,........ l. ........... PajmoB' 1./1|| llnrtwr Hh""n ""

:your' kitchen. Easy, budget iciicncn way. I.r. the passengers were plagued I Friday Services Tn...>. K.H>. .if 1'.C-",. JtttrrVMtf -I ih.yi.'a rranklla-.. Kitrm. > .tiplj| -__, 3:I .;: Senate Hill 351.:; and IN companion. house

terms. Sunday School. le.It. :More: 'bond than that however 'V by swarms (If buffalo gnats. ."n \ >. l I.....Mr Mornbif Service. 11 a. m. had to be straightened.The Even though the heat was Intense Are Set For .. All.. l'rilit..r> An EXTRA SPECIAL' Iliivln. Claim )> nnlf' l>.(.rl.. < $tat.arrna. These bllN)
OFFER r IKnmaJ A .Ii. provide for
Training Union 4:30 p. m. rail was Ukerj up ant the windows had to be A. W. Bailey usiflel MaIl. r..t.alO. ..1"ro....... .,I :'. progress' in .Florida I'ChCfI:4.
f"ll t .bnudful. m.r oh.ct: turn !: heated fire hut .. .. V. tutu Mr... ... HlatutnMifll This} i-lition. would I increase
Evening: Service. 7:30: p. II\. over a made of old against. the stinging insect Yea *rt" <*n nt y u r. ".. i the nchool' share
>!I... far pertaining u> 10 checkVARNES Midweek rre" tie.*. Hammered *. bjr. notifi| $ end ..,*|.>1'.,.l ,rpn.. ....n A. '*. C .. of norida1. S.ile! Tax
Service WMnciday! straight. Oravesldi itervlers for Alfred ._..... fumN. It {14 for
ond "ppill,. y.,,' o.r.t"ronp.!; w n.( *i"jr rt ai lm, ,. .m| ......ti.01. M H >| a W li I.> county
T IIJn.-ftey.: W. I*. N wm n* It was replaced.Wbn I Inwt RepelUat Sold Walforrl B.11<*y of OeIOr. VIl1e'1 which. ,.*... lOr **tth.r ..f youMHoy Fr.n. l. 1iahl.. Ft .,1.. I "T school purro"***. Some of it may be used for teach.
the line passed Into Then a news butch) enteredthe who died, Tuesday Morning mar IIav" .gsle.t. .. '''.' ".,.,. ..r A II .I......... D-n er salaries but it is NOT
J.*rr_r fm Wh,i.. .!. ... IIr; .ry 1CI. .I-. earmarked for teacher
''r'' ChURCH: OF GOD the hands, of the Florida. Central car. bawling<< his 'Wares: following a brie( Illness ..will : .*!. 1ml. ..f Mtitl. 'uaI" \ to .h. I. I Ktte, .: I nalarie-i
( U.H. 801. LM ey. F..... and Peninsular 'In IMS "lie o' pennyrlle! 'Only ten be held Friday at 10 a. m. In ('....n''". Jn,l- "r 111 .df<.-.iI'ountjr II t ts.........ii.. V. -I'.."
I Kl<.rl<1., at t M. fM, \ 'a \ \. Failure
Gas Servi I the section/ men's ran were cents a bottle His supply of Hampton Cemetery, th. ediCt ,' .!.. ..f an' \(.. lrI: i'ti-e I It' to mike your voice known h your vote for

(-....-....- I h. 969-4231 Sunday School. 10 a. m. pole c.r. shoved along by the strong mint-scented oil of Mr. Bailer Was born in 'ownlr, .1 l. )Htcrk.' i.. ttk ..a.. lM.....rr. UV .Ioon political roado: \ er better !school. How ill
Morning" Worsbtpr. 11 a. m.I I men poling as If in a boat. pennyroyal (an Insect repellent -I Crumpler West Virginia July within sI l<. ,.*...**, V fii ''. fth V V. V, C 'Y V V vote? Contact your lecblator you
.f 'te% b tui nowRELIEVERS
time f se pit V ill 1.
(Div. of Green's Fuel Evening Serv1c'e. 7:30 p. .VYPEl three on'"each njde. These were I ) was quickly depleted by 15. 1903. son of the' late Our 1I.\ !I. .n-HI Ftt vM, i r*' .

Of Florida Corp.) Wednewtay. 7:30: p.m.- t later replaced with crank cars the desperate p _Jllren. and Mandy Blankenahlp Balley. < m.'h'1 nhall b a vi V :: ; IN: EDUCATION':
,' Ihv. elsI i t
Robert Yates hall state pm >Ir r
pastor. Lnrerpen recalled l a roach The passengers began to4 II* was a retired machine J i J. I.:.. ,Sit K t* _

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nU.\fJFOnn -OI'VTT, TF.F.f'r.\I'n.: !IIT.nun; nomnx

In Group IV YinFalcoJl P.tAE FIC"

I Thiuclacls Head For Dislricl Saturdayd !: ,I

Slalns I--J.omer thinclads: : head: Oeali: poi ChlJ .n has hl. 14.(' --

Sa u.jay for tOO DUiilet:: mm:! i ft; in the dl'l<:us. J .n a: I I' tyo by
a: :2 r p. ci In BranrorJ \M.h ( T JUY Li\\S3n: wl'J: has turn The county raider salt that butsi to fine .

Live: Oak L .kj CI \. ani Pjr- I 01 a 4:37: ml' and a :* i...> o I the numt>r'rof this: ant;: aer '> c. fc'IL.: of the county', & con-

ry, but UK ks-nv : ca.npetlUoa bat! mile, !la epr<'ted ta bi nile loiU well under the .lit I Jnt: tire prsvenUon cam- ,

To Stop Jackets la cJtt>*(:to' w: cone float the man t3: bo t in tie! dlsI 5 Tul I lona-rantto average" for Bra.4. pa.. ,;p, and vnundally favorable -

43Slugging I the flairs of Lak City. I burrs, ant fruihmin pole( ford Cauity. which ho nttrl-\ ,, 1 weather .candlUons.iiteiipt' : : .

"I dt.IInl'f'ly: think well tats: vaulter Ri.h.i cl KUi-'taln

L I Uim thlj time. Coach:; D
Bursa mys of liU nd tram <"hIn prsYlc'. U f' ) '--' .
slorlXop: Danal; 1 I i'xpo :' '." :
:! :s c-l'-rlad! ; gafrUcsi L.I STATISTICS ,.' '." ," .
Falcon slammed a fifth: inning: i but Falcon had the only extra AD R 1Ak.rVge I:! j The Trna1ue. hiv been to l>:ajin that: event e'K; '. ,] 'Ib> ,. ,I.,A ....-e- _
home run over the :523-foot: blow y f plcklru. up 8Uuctlly on theriif.4's Tl:' tjilnt inedKy: relay ,. i : 1J ,f ....
|abate and:! the '
was only :Sb '
left field fence at Palatka Stark 400 in ths month; tP.111is\ also e.xpv-ctcd. to \: ',. ';':;'-\, -.;;
player to get more n!'dsh! cf 1 1 0 '
| Tuesday night ta: give the lour weeks ato!I the Tigers! place
Tornadoes Clillsan.
: David Shannon
than one hit. I Falcon, ss 312: '' c:;> :
a 4-3 win topped the R:
  • ov.r: St. llcam. and Cal-
    The Jackets tallied twlee to 1 W. :McLeod 3b 300 pe.. : .... : : IJ
    ; I.
    that margin ; }
    AUKU tlne in the Oroup IV i e was trlinmsct \lii Varnes are capable of hit ,Q tm[WJ.:1 I.
    [ Baseball: To ornament the first innlni as they opened I Elder c 311 I to 1'!* points when the two ting a 2.04.: Hurse s.iys. The I (f:)UlD'J I "
    the Rim Bobby Bergman i Sanderson If 3 0 0Cwuby i team met last I
    week In
    ? the mile f
    The Tornados will meet the aaitltCarolyn relay squad of K.rlhaln! : S
    walked!! and R Da\ts tripled Ib oooMcLeori
    Florida Star Conference meet
    host team. PaUtka. Paul Kaufmaiui LAWSCII and
    tonigh right behind him off McLeociD.ili p 2: 1 1llamQtoa Tre\alt
    at 7'30 In the second game of I \ Hurse says his Tornadoes John Bradley< should also be "
    then Ib AT
    scored 301 1
    the tourney: : The Braves hav !!i i ball. Staike cam on back a passed to- : Douglas rf 201 II will be strong In Uvo weights: In tile running 1964 Forest

    beaten the locals twice In regular :: score 'z EoI | the pole vault and the UictiI Calvin! Vaincs has turned In City Fish and Meat
    one. making a 2.1 St. i The Tornadoes wound Market
    season p'.ay 8-5 and:! 5-0 Augustine in the bottom of their regular UPI I I II 'I distances a &3.2 In the 410-yard dash '
    season play witha Junior Fire
    A win tcnlgrht: would give the j| David toper and and may. come through In ; ReportFiftyfour
    i the second when catcher ; 6-5 record last Friday when I! Marvalon VV'uixl,
    Shirley ,
    KM team a chance at either Sophomore( Kogci CMLsnn are:! that event for the locals I
    Orange Park or Fernandina i|, the Dwight EkU'r tingled to open I I 1 they were downed 11-0 by Pa- Johns. and: OertieMcRas participated expected0\ rap. the two Loon Thomas, a siMilor. U I forest flrra burn- fJrade: "A"Fryers C
    Tornado attack. He latka In '
    a content Emmett l In the .lneMVlllo In- weight events > fossed'
    Beach. < r the
    10i43 captain of the ed 346 acres in Uuidfoixl 1
    I ,
    promptly stoiccond and Akrldw hurled three vltationnl Golf Tournament 1
    a the shot 48 ft. last
    F leon's homer,, his second :: week at track squud. I County In 11)04 uriwrtliu< < to
    third and I Lb.
    : scored 011 Paul Merod's hitter! but walked six: and the .last week They are rfpr ..> -
    hit of the game, cam after i nt-j County Hjirwcr: J C Pr"v tlJr
    | [ sacrifice fly to centerfield Tornadoes committed four er- i Ing Stnrke well in these I 1.- MnJ. .; tp111ylt" "etrIRO .
    el.'Ut fielder dreg Reddish: ; This three-
    ; I rors with Braves" on basj I clans events in neighboring i ; i, ', Tips On represents
    had walked to open the innIng t| Cleaning |I Itenths of ono \per cent of the
    The Tornadoes had been' Three miscues! by the! Tornadoes Aktl'se single! in the first cities and w* are proud ofthem. I S I Electric Blankets county's 133.QUO foi'tv-t acres,
    gave the Jackets a 3-1 and left fickler Marltts.&n Smoked
    trailing 3-2 up to that point. Lat week Ocrtlo won Prrwatt said,
    lead In the top; of the fouiUi derson's <<<*->ibe! In the fifth I
    junior Fleshman Paul M:Leod and ,, Th Red team however cone were tai only Red team hits the Sevund Flight\ and that is altllVOODS.) ) If you ve been w nuclei'Inn I Fire" occurred In ten

    Emmett Akrljge com- back with in their, half Pal.atk'0" well! done an there were t 1rught. about how to care for your I months of the year ranging Picnics Lb.
    bin-d to a run e In the first on a ,
    at the Yellow throw a three hitter of the fourth to make It 3-2 walk n ft-Id-i- choice, and a .. Our congratulations:' / electric blanket heir's the 'unsuer from no firm In May and

    Jackets The nnd to set the stage for Pal- ; *,ln
    ( con' homer. I on four ei rors. two fr:e i ladles who helped with the fair i :) first: of aU don't have" it April! Fra'.h:

    With two out Paul McLeod I'II.OOI'R and one hit. They added 'i I i booth It U always & pleasure ) dl'y-<,It'aned. Dont maC'hlne''II1oh 'I C.ime of flies wereIncetkl-
    ? singled!! for what: turned out to a fifth In the fourth when':' t"t" \\ it.flame. I Iniv I rinlentlnimlly I Il-t) 3A:: '
    to see everyone so willing to Picnics Lb.
    be the first! of three straight | the first two m-n walked and |(' \ : eronomlsta with the : debris burning, usually enCHUrd -
    work. A special' thanks to trash. fires J 10 I
    Florida ; machineuie.
    Tornado: safeties. Young Me- one was singled home. I AirfU-ulluial Kxtenslonj: '
    Leod was followed by Mark each of the club members vVV'\ Service any that In r.eent1| Invnlvlnif! nnv\ use of mtchlnery. .

    H you havequestions Hamilton ani then E1dltD'ruglaa Grid who iktnutwl baked KIMKF.v\ ,I 1" testing. conducted by 8: llutitnlng, :9smnkhiir ,

    whow hit push 3 Mc- Spring anti 1 1III :J I "I'll' Research Inc., ) 3; campflrei, 1; andmiicellanrtiui. Urll'll..t'
    ; eryune wits !no generous/ :
    about \ t ;1 conllurn-I 1 1Ptryatt )
    Leod profit testing 01' '
    the ; :
    plate. Sessions ; the products ",. .no1"1"11I'\ \ f
    your militaryservice Falron's home run finished! Begin j, Our thanks to Wlniue Glenn I WU'Ihln"tan, N J., reports the Jackets thin as Akrtd v I IIOMHJMI1() ) )| shuttcj that rlwtilo bIn nkClt" avi'iawifir). tar (.litv| 'd tins
    held them to one Ineffectual Twenty days. of uprin-j football I ___. who _cnvo:!- of mutt I r nhouUt never bs dry-elearwdl| for auppiriwlnn tHulliM' 56\/

    single.1 In the final two frames practice began yenter'tajr | of her time and talent The I I I, A Scotch !I or machine washed, no mater minutes, Including 33: mlniito Kill
    your local National Guard for nbJut 50 Bradford tlhlh ; Association apprerlatn. (the \ what claim the manufacturer; travel time to Hi- file. ID IBS.IIJKSII
    menu\ in luxluli'il for ,
    School gildders.. Athletic DI1 Sundry makes to the contrary I IDiimnKe mtiuitm ciitirnl, tlm-. mini 1.1!\ .
    can help you I time rut trouble everytutewent May :9 i, n.l llng of one man Stew
    Game Wardens 1 rector! ant H-ad Coach David i cnn como front esemslve minutes spent In ntoi-up| or f
    to :{|: and one woman on each term
    Hurse announced. ,, twisting .and squeealng the) flip perimeter to ptwrntbieitkouti ,
    Increase Activity The L utlew Golf Asixxlutlon, Both pl.lyrra0111 tau off and In StarkeVisitCWO i I TIll! boys will\ be put : hoonH the l>e.t drive ami alterruit Dry cleaning. fluids:\ may attack .- I it 't-r
    Al Crosby On Local Lakes through the paces under tlivi: meets next Thur dey. All new shade through the the ImuliUlon that cov-

    hot spring but not all the I members end l old memherii Die wiunit The J I
    sun I hul.I'h player will Rettheir ,, ers tumbling l I I'II..IIC'. Nnlelxinks. $3.20 at the Liver
    Armory llldg. Flortla wildlife officers of 20 days all not come In a rome out around 9 for nine full hnmlleup Pantry: fee action of a washing machine'' Telegraph

    or Call 961-2211! the Game and Freah Water row )Hun says The Florida" : holes of golf Iov..ryuno I I. to is tl oi'h. i can cause a break In the airIng ':,
    High School( Activities Association ,, that runs through the :
    N4mwUl b* drawn on No. '
    Fish Commission have stepped brinK a rinilwlrh and (herewill
    rules allow 20 day 1 Te at I o'clurk I blanket
    up water patrol activity an1 \ bit a business. meetlnK Sunday.tVc I
    of practice within a 30-d.*)' Ursearcheri! and Septic Tank and -u.
    are being seen more frequently have eight entries In I muh\e!rsrwommriul BACK BONE 49c
    period following the golf event Her
    on the lakes, rivers and our Club Seniors Oolf Tournament : electric blanketsbo DRAIN) FIKI.DINSTALLATION;
    Illithlight of the soling !session there .
    streams you held with ImmlUap washed only" when' ab ulu1 -
    ,, will be the annual\ In'.ra- Carolyn Home or the low have, '1 tel, necessary and then only I
    The increased water!! patrolIn : Ol'KN: 7 DAYS A WKKK: :
    w Aura soffir isit: boats ranging from pad,;!},- squad grid battle butt I>r' II II Aihinm. wit h 1, by hand If washed by hand nark line Work Now Open All Dny :Monday
    UltMftl KM OWl.;r AND tUfftr propelled canoe to hundred IIn Hi, and J. A, Urlflln within : dmt use any wrlnuinii action!( I'unip Out Service

    and HA. I Remove excess water by gently )Till Dirt unit! Top. Soil
    horsepower outboards
    alrboata enables the officersto RECREATION NEWSfUyerrsreiit \ II I squeezing tins fabric III Ute direction Yffy fish MeatMarke
    1t I : that the wins run Bradford Septic *
    ( reach any khans area. The Cant, 4-0; Bluukl"!' 2-2.: ; Natural .' '
    I will continue throuah i If the blanket is not to-i
    patrol I
    Oas 2.2'? NiMNfAra Auto Tank
    summer and early fall during 2-2;; Fla: Pest Control 13.Jllsmpton. I bully soiled, air It by gntli I Company Wi STOCK A COMPUTE: LINE OF OflOCf RirS. I
    placing It& acrois parallel Iliti's Phone !) j
    / V'i2.1lf:
    the major fishing season. I
    Mht have been coming snJ enjoying 1.3. Allen Hardenbrook- and SmithIT'S
    InI/ still day After llli'lnl. '
    also will Nile will themselves, keep coming
    Fishery technicians A Playrr-Partnt : ''
    gently fold It and stoic U III' I'1
    frequent!! lakes and: streams be held ,','Ida,., Apr; 30. at T ant brinK a friend with you. Army BandRecruiter I
    for surveys to dl'termlneIlke! p m in the Recreation Cen Softball 1'kidThe a economists box althe Extension: lions, ;jj, d M"ftI'i.r.i4? : ( -;L;: :": ---' -= .s'f'.i' !: -

    conditions and status of fifth new aofU>t.ll field ; Sets I :
    populations They will take would for Upar shuttle be ready to play on In AuditionArmy First Methodist i ILLEGAL
    creel census! to determine! how ents of every boy on thr another week We would Ilk. I

    many fish the anglers catch eight teams in the Uttle League W kay "TllAnlta" to the! nunsho buii'lMii recrjltet I Laymen Plami'nK: i'

    '''c:. i u.. per hour of effort to art asideUvU Friday han worked sus hard to Sat K t. U"nry.\I1 eonluot I May 1-2 Rctreat
    Fiihermrn are! reminded:I night and ('ome0 Uu meetIng make It possible to have! such his seeoivt round of littervlcwvsnrt I

    .tx: that a r* Jd-nt fishing license! The ftim. "Junior. Oo a good place to play, but w* auditions for Florida\ rrtiih I
    "I ...... ... ...... ...w I may bo purchased from any Home," will be shown on tae can't mention the names o'everyone school and college mualrlaiv cf ann-inl MvlhodiKt tnymens('iluft'h"Retreat '. For Any Person or Persons to Engage
    /N .__.. different phases' of the Little
    all./ ell. County Judge or license agent who has helped orwe at JsekvnnvlllA. May -7InteriiHtMl of the CUInenvllle (Dlitilct will '
    at a cost of 13 00. A nonresident League Please plan to alUnd would not have room far musicians I
    young bto held Saturday and
    faith may purchase an annual We will be looking for you our other n_s We Just est from this arra. slwikl' contact Huuliy
    j May 12. at the Hulvatlon Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
    Petit Tuan fishing llcenne for $8 00, a 14 this Friday night "nd our 'Thank V'm" to all t thflr kcal I Army lecrulllngiittUiMi Army Camp on IVdford. I>*k..
    day llceiiw for $3 2.or a 5 little league A Jr. who hare helped make thlI'Urirnun'U to iniko .rr.ra.-m"n..1. between Htaike and Keystotw'Heights '
    I're-FiniahedVali day license for ,:23S league. Harebell. .poeolble.
    for UK Interview at Jackoonvillr I '

    \ BoardSPECIAL AU fUherm-n between 15 We have now had two full In the ( \\\i FsptTwi for the trip' The retreat starts' at 4 p m flue Name Is RegisteredRead

    and 85 years of age must poses week of )practice and the We! are really .clad to see an will.\ bv paid by line recruiting I HmtKidity. and i'om'luilea' at
    lieente team are looking better each clUMr using. the playgrounds -
    s valid fishing many n service I I'U p. in rfiiniUy.. D W :,
    worn using a rod and reel, oran day Comment from after school A lot o( Hut. 1I1'1Ir1'1\ recoronu-iK? I hocks> teneral mtnaHer of''

    artificial lure In freshwater !U that they art well credit should.: go \to Jm Drown enlutment (for Army bund Inthe the Cotton Pro lucera' Aswx-la- This Florida Law"II

    $4.95 license Is not required!! satlsflr with the progress. of who has done such" a. pood J Job<>> Third Army ",.,... Irwltidirut \ linn of Atliiua Cl" will bathe

    oJ l'I'aldrnta0\ fW non-com- each boy Th season will of keeping them clean Florida Alabama. Nash | msln itfieaker O. T HugKins -

    hl 1 l m>'retail with not more than open on Saturday May I,, and Tt Area and South Carolina. Oeoigla I of Htarke will ...nlJ..

    Sheetl iu -. cane poles in county of aged team! will play either In What a week.. .It was fur T"'rn'esec'. MJ'"llIIldWI -- or' nong leader shall be tmlawful fur any parson or p ""orui, a. .rin.4 lists.. M

    residence. except on a the afternoon or at night on Mothers In the Tot-Area At for overness! a rr""We.Trn : .
    IcgaJ : .
    engage In bu.Jne M, an herein defined, under a rictltloaa name m. neraJai .rf.*
    area Saturday It la sonlg to be a' times It looked a.* If w* were enlisted will be gtvrn I
    ) a a )I ) 1UMPI a N. n.1 The! management dally bag limit on freshwater really full day of bMbsllTh going to have. U> construct another a JO-w epic.", s-1yanc, l music cuut Ill' TH \ehw'" I IWo rin..d. without/ and unl,.". Mild flclltlotM/ ...... shall .b. registered with the

    I MOWMU)* *t.n flail is 10 bats IS pick- lid!"dWJo for Saturday .Is area there was so many emu, e'. 0if Unity. aald vxoulil" like to thank the clerk of the circuit court of the county where the pr1n l,*l plan of bntAmimtK .

    eiel 35 and sh including red Oil n Western' Auto participating That's what we rnnny frlornh ,and,I niHghix, >r.. I wltb registration hall comtlut of flllnc with the clerk f.riamJil sji */-
    st 2 pm. Ralford v BoOUrount like \to are- -the facilities. bell -
    aep) 4, .. flnnrd and 30 white boa William Thompson I .
    NANI/NA"f Ahra ieWl. pike at 3'45 Trlest *sLawuy used Th w,ath-rman to- Ute Bradford County HcMpilal fldavlt 1rnd by all Interested pemonsVi stating under oath the HAne ef
    Th total poi u\on\ limit Is Itr A tom. aouUr! .V\um\
    L cu rr. two days bag< Umlt after Uif at T pm. and the operated' beautifully so the I,' I f. Tapocd For all their< cvmrtmiMduring. \ the tin .41 thoa laterealed In tile biudnMM enlrrprlw. tb. txttat& of .the ..Interest

    at cay. of fishing final I game will find Medical I children could play outdoors Beta Gamma Sigma J brief tlliMs and l death or IMIIfcrlove of each, and the (rictltlou name sander whl h mid bonliieM' .!. c rrl4
    Aunciatton< .s. Liberty !Ns-' .... _
    lanai st I 4$ A great day for Church Mnflbill .l husband and father on. SAid rerlairatl'M may not-b made until lh. ..,.,. *r p.nmM desiring
    Several people have asked WUHnm frwUrW. Thorn rff t M "Wirv4| | old l bleuut, 'h
    icbafl Stark Wr would In In builneM, under flctltlou shall!] have gdvortliMd bin. .
    b& in Ui to onranlre a Church Softball .. mtlcltn... fritrulmtn of 'soul l .v.ri nnaidersllrm. shownm engage/ a name or

    like u> have at least 3400 f/ragu We are definitely' :Mr r r Mump of Mra f I. VI W II.... aryl their Intention (to register said. f let It loon nam..l .least aac a week tar foav

    NEW AND REPOSSESSED game people over boys see the and opnlng the anyone interested tiitereiited and would In organlaIng like fur- ass one by nf Beta 22 lemmas nwInprml "tar".1. family ((4)) cnn *eiillf. weeks In same newspaper a* defined. by .Uw In th. eotmty

    where said htratlon U .b. and Mid haul b..
    mantgrrs are resdy. w par- a Church Softball League n4tk
    nu get out and pull your to nil IX14-7<41. the Recreation need. of "InislmnM .>lmln4"trittlun accepted. by the clerk of (ho circuit court' eieept t wpoa receiving proof of

    tam Uirourh to victory Bow Ctn'- at Florida fttat Unl..r .
    r such. publlcallon.
    In: \to see you at Saturday's ,..fI..1I l l'ste* .It,. II. Is the ..'" at Mr soul l II IIII! AUTO L/IFF

    game The trmnl: w-lt of sctlnn: \ Mr Bin Thomson nf Monti '

    r Th Jr League will open It. In the. M- '> !iftlvll' \ Lrtgutaw I' If
    seaum in a couple of week the nsr'fen Itxtaursnt mtlonecttun' to lulls .U the you arc engaged in business under any name

    The boys prsrUc on Monday. stay o-w-ftat' -t st they won est rhAlanilr. "lemur a ...hlP'1. II / -- =

    Wednesday. and Thurslay' two sate sIn In the flM of .bu.lnra.

    .New model 101. With Coach Tovrwend HtrtckIsml !I." ,..,.,..-. nlht sctlm tstratton can attatn. Or&anllC-I cute URI other than and have not bad this
    Polaroid Automatic Color .Pack Camera 1)9,9) : More players are sitU corral rtook sn .ot l In 1113. It .U the ,mlyrhohMtt I'' t/ 3 your own, name

    : needed In thU l-..nte any eerie I lad to best' Il mpton honor eiirlolynt rrcvg- Aoe ,,1 l
    red: Polaroid, Camera from b->y silo ts Interedte""" In peer 'J-10 Tui...-:.t*y'e ."Ing ... .-l by tile AmerWantlnn Asaorl I

    New M'" mm Mo' ie Outfit-ItirohKlectrl ,i I.g please eaU: Uw Mr."ta:1an: Ifamrtcws beat FPeet/ Con nf CoHegUt School ol I,' Q properly advertised and registered we will be

    Camera Man-. Center tr>l 1211. and t'te fJiflnVi largestCJt1) ,
    :r t eye Zoom
    Fair Rwlh. Noeccra Auto Bales 10.-l
    field Projector & Screen S'9..9 Th Btark Recreation D'- ThursJay nlrht's action saw : or TIUNKH iI i

    public for their a rvlarwr of Ute season 20-11 and Nt II- .
    Signet' :.TJ Ta e. ".. .h X meter S2I.9S:! erpre our deep appreciation :
    and comment on our booth Wfft beat n*. Pest Control Wf TAN J CAP Of Aft

    Reposae'aaei: K:merlon We .., would like to thankt 17-7 for pstiutlc be many act that kind ram and to aim us'I //vrroi" what should do.BRADFORD

    16" DOrtableT" 16935Repca ) ) Senior Charm who par- In rwsy. night's action the at the time of our riP< Tit be- f you .

    ti j Ipated wnh their hobby re. were the fades of the rranm<<1&. -- Th family! o- I Kr.r- .f yu.r w.I.
    +se aed General; Klertrir: 2.1" fms t and time. Wg were fortunate ..'-1' n O.r 1!n Ret.uranC Martin Cottle I I.wn .--1_ to II'11 '.....,. o
    TV la hie model Hh gwJTel ha** 171.93' :; to ha* the abl .'- wl t-> r'm behind! i-0 yea. Sad II... I .i .ereke

    slitanc of Frank Williams aM bat Natural O19>> to e
    I l'.ed 10" Frixidaire i Electric: and Mrs. John Manning In In sax innings Other actionFriday COUNTY

    Range. Oe-m. rood tenldilkat $39.95Bullington's helping: us *rt the booth. assembled _w the two rt..Ia'1, THrT: RIGHT miTT ..r tt..' i| .aPRESCOTT
    Hampton wee ter writ*. rmrttrmr In alii
    Teen Tt.e and Brookes play| --t fs*...rft* /arparallnr j TELEGRAPH
    eight 'IruUntia as Brooker won
    Appliances We ware really pleased wUh l II to 17 re .uia r.a. 744.5 Shell Service
    the '.red vt C 1I4r.
    Saturday, rlllhCfor Iran. ataad/nee ti. .. TEWPI.Y "r
    Twn T1rIwr",11alm who Won.oat OarOen FUstau- C z3., .;"rTV-JC: : 'P--- ,-I r-" "<';-r--;; -0----. :' rf::


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    Services Set I w.- just came from that part of ute. to be displayed at the Fair:

    I Tennessee where she also,/ Her smile Is infectious and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton. 4-H

    learned how to make Chess i after a week here she has discovered Council President took Miss
    For Mrs. Lewis
    ;:: -W' pie and: eat "salad gre ns." that "Bradford County McCain out to the showroomat

    I-I -; r-_ ', The people ::rounU Lewis- ,I people are real friendly." the Fairgrounds.< Secretary
    'p This Thursday burg. Tenn. aren't really very The 1 new Horn'? Demonstration Ann Green briefed her on along

    44 -I differ">nt from folks around agent lives at 324 N. Walnut list of duties in prepar-

    -I Mirt Ollie C.uwford Lewis DruJlurJ County-but you can Street In Starke. Her hobbyIs ation for the Fair, and by

    09. of Starke dleJ In a loa) bet they're mining Miss Mc sewing, and all outdoor Wednesday Miss McCain was

    hospital TiiOHday morning att : _. Cain about now. sports.; She has a sister 10 well "Into" the 15th Annual

    __ P ... ;;-' If t -r an exte-vle-i lllnesi. Him | She came to Stark last and< a brother 10, and i Is anxious Bradford County Fair.

    m" Da tpr. Oa. on Jan. 2T week to begin work ei Dral to show them the lake' I I "They grew: some str,'

    ; 189A ahe had been a resident I ford County's new Home Demonstration around and in Bradfo-d: COU.I- berries In Marshall Co:mt
    .tZ I
    \ : of the Starke area for manv Agent replacing ty. Sha Is a member of the I Tenn., but not so many as
    years. She was a member of 'Miss Dorothy Ross who: re Church of Christ.. but hasn't, I around here." she said. Miss

    the Pine Levl 1 Baptist Church '1 1_ .. s'gned reoent'y' to tocome Mrs had a chance to attend the McCain worked with the E"-

    L :- Survlvnare! /! her hnshind! Harold!< Cherry and move to Clarke church since she moe'J tension Service l-i"p"

    Thomas J. Lewis, of Starke; Keiturky: here A.r,>rll 1. for :5V4 yetra. Stake fort'-tt.

    : three sons Thomas E., Elmer 55 The new add.tlon: to the I Two weeks *..'..-e f > ,i' oes were .s\"'vv-. '" -

    I i p,' K.: a id Ror-crt E. Lewis, all ,_ Extension Ser.lea o.flee with, an: orlct3t1cC""I, :"' ,. 'ots of tobn'iro: i idn'ry

    7 i of Stark; four brothers, Lon- really: a Florida g rl. icr parenta I Tallahassee to learn t' cattle she adtlod"I

    41 nle and Clayton Crawford Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mc- difference: in: Florida ani Tennessee don't know all the 'D
    both of Starke and Odom M.
    Cain live In Wild-wood. She Extension Servlc swers about hr r .
    and William Spencer Crawford
    graduated: from High SchoolIn work; and a trip to Wl'dwood'! problems." the new B<-' l" i
    both of Jicltaonvlllo
    : Mount Dora, and from Da- for the Easter holidays left County Home Demonstration,'
    nnd seven grandchildren.
    vid-LlpHComb College In Naahllle Miss McCain's Introduction trStaike Agent said "but those I don't

    ___ ___ ____ ____ _m__ __ Funeral services will be held I 7T------ Tenn. and Bradford County know I'll try to find out."
    at 3:30: n.m. Thurs-lav! In Pin -
    Comrntlon ,lp"'gatl''lIn.' : Cliurlen Sawyer Sir. Harold tiodwln, und ;\Ir.%. .'..rllrn" Level l Baptist Church with She describes her Job "to until last Thursday.This And next week she'll begiving

    John are pl'hlrl'dIth array of trophle and awards won by the Sturke Junior Rev. W. E. Hall Rev. Roman I be of service to the people of introduction came out recipes for straw

    Woman's Club. Alvarez, and R'v. W. A. Ho- MARTHA\ SUE McCAJN I Bradford County In any phaseof right in the middle of preparations berry pie, strawberry short

    ..V 3t gan officiating. Interment was homemaking." and "loves for the annual Bradford cake, and strawberry preserves. -

    Starke Juniors"Stveep Honors In the family plot In Crosby New Demonstration Agent working: with 4-H Clubs." County Fair and Straw- .

    Lake Cemetery vnder direction II That's where the Minnie berry Festival, and the new

    & of DeWitt C. Jones Fu- Has Desire To Be 01 ServiceBy Pearl act came In. Miss! ),fc- home agent has pitched right

    At State ConventionThe leral Home. do'a Cain attended a meeting of4'ers In. according to County Agent Cub Paid foe Good. aaft&

    I Active pallbearers were Sue Crcmkhltn, stratlon Agent she can In Lawtey and to help Gorge: Hugglns.

    Mead C. Lewis, Harold Crawford pretty good Imitation of! them remember her "became" People started in at once No Khaki. or WooL AHCotton.
    Starke Junior Woman's Florida clubs. they receivedthe A dental clinic for indigent Gerald Crawford, Mike Bradford CountyII'ers are "Minnie Pearl." to her office
    Club returned from the State coveted Emmy award; children held In cooperationwith I Gllhooley, Nell R. Crawford glad to see Martha Sue :Mc she I Minnie Pearl for just a rain- bringing objects Bring to Tetegrttpa.
    | be because I
    That might
    Convention at Hollywood last placed first !in Education Department local dentists. The Junior and Thomas A. Crawford. Cain, the new Home Demon- -

    week with a total of 12 a- Youth Conservation. Women have spent as muchas I

    wards, one of which is the Em- and Public Affairs; third In 4800 per year on this project Services Are Set I Iq

    my for Most Outstanding Clubin Conservation of Natural Resources but voted to limit It to

    Florida, in its membership and in the American Saturday For : g ,
    $250.They ?
    category.The Home Life Department; and serve as foster par- Mrs. Mills 65 -
    local club competedwith received honorable mention In ents to Lee Kal Lin In/ Hong' '

    over 300 others In the the Fine Arts department Kong. For this project they
    Mrs. Edna Thomas Mills cusiRESUf'i
    state, including Junior and and International Affair send $13 per month. This Is
    of Starke, widow of the late rrjInfLt[q
    Senior Women's Clubs. to win The Starke Junior Women. not a budget Item but the J. B. Mills, died Wednesday'

    second place in Youth Guidance with the leadership of Mrs. money Is made up from pled. following an extended ill-
    ; third in Law Observance Charles Sawyer president ges from various members.

    and Crime Prevention; chalked up a score of 108 per Repainting and redraplng ness.Mrs.

    the International Council and cent partlplcatlon In federation the sun room of ,the Woman'sClub Mills was October born 20) VVorJi or let. one time______ .93 Memorials, Resolution _- 5c per w.r4

    Nationalities Award; and hon work. building $350. Maintenance Bradford County the late nut In adviuire.______ 1.23 (third of Thank, up to SO word, 2M
    1889. the daughter< of If raW
    orable mention In the Free- "These accomplishment" of the Club House $88. 1.23 Over 00 word _________ /Be .pee. wd-
    Edgar M. and Edna Kickllter Keyed l or Blind Ad.*.__- _
    dom Awards.In Mrs. Sawyer said "aren't the At the beginning of the club Display s.d.. In Clarified...,_1JK O) per taafti
    the Junior Woman's Thomas who were pioneer Erich additional. ... word over! 20........._ .05
    result of the efforts of anyone year the Junior Women. sponsored -
    residents of the county. Shmade '!
    Club division including 113GAI : Individual. It took all 47 Individual patients at
    I her home In Green CovP PEYTON FLORIST
    members of the Starke Club Sunland Training Center. Later IIASTINfiS MATTRESS\ REGISTER! NOW FOR
    Springs!! for many year*, movIng Insurance Problems ? I 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
    working together. they were assigned two UPHOLSTERY WORKS ADULT EVENINO CLASSES
    & (
    here recently to live with : PHONE 9U.415J
    Officers who server] this cottages. They hold parties Call The Man From. 710 Lemon St. Palatks .FOB 9694691DISTINCTIVE Basle and high school refresher -
    her Mrs. Sul- NIGHT
    daughter Percy
    NESVILLE I club year with Mrs. Sawyerwere monthly at one of the cottag livan. "Keystone"George Furniture Repaired! :' FLOWER. course. Individualised
    : es, and give money to the instruction. Start at. any time
    /AWNING co. held Saturday A Refinished We Wire Flowers Anywhere;
    Services will be Upholstered
    Mrs. Gene Shaw, 1st vIce other. $89 Is budgeted but E. LaRue i .lead The Claa&alfIed.sI 1 $2 00 per course of 18 week
    Premium Quality' president; Mrs. Harold Godwin gifts and party Items are do- at 3 p. m. In the Jones Keystone Heights MATTRESSES: REBUILTNew ) IF YOUR NAME IS I tfcru.I ADULT students apply

    2nd vice president; Mrs. nated by the members. Memorial Chapel) In Starke Innersprings FOUND AMONG THE i 1 MAN or WOMAN To Service to Principals office RJE

    i Eugene Tanner, 3rd vice presIdent The Junior Women sponsor, with Rev. Merle Packham Consultant For All Your and fox Springs I CLASSIFIED ADS. CALL 1 established Watkins route. 300 High School. White Adult students

    ; Mrs. Kenneth Grider. and through the years have pastor of Hope DaotUt Insurance Needs. Drop l's i A Card or CaD : AT TIrE TELEGRAPH' customer Over $400 averagi! apply to the Adult Ed-

    i' ii I 4th vice prettldent; Mrs. A. Q. been mostly responsible for a Church, of which Mrs. Mills 1'\LTK.F.A B-8166 (OFFICE FOR A FRED per month and up. No lay-off. ucation Office SB Wing U8O
    Smith. Mrs. J. M. Girl Scout Troop for Starke. was a member, officiating. Kepretentlna; PEGGY 8IIALLEB I 1 to 4 m.
    : secretary; Great American. In... ('0. MRS. TICKET TO TIlE FLORI--I Write C. R. Ruble. Dept. A2 Building rear. p.
    Burial will follow In the family I
    Rdward.- Leaders of the from Adult Educa-
    Jr. treasurer. troop are 209 K.: Adfcln St. THEATRE. Box No. 2447. i dally nr write to
    The Traveler Ins. Co. P. O. Memphis
    Department chairmen are: the Junior Club. They also plot In Crosby Lake Ceme. Starke, Agent I"A 1 Tenn. 2tp 4-15 429I i tlon Israwer 100. etarke. Busts

    P.tlo Mrs. Charles Hutchlnaon community helped raise money for the tprv under direction of De- Tel 473-4692!) Day BE SURE TO SEE World I I ness. foreign lanruaces, and

    Ser.." Room I affairs: Mrs. Floyd Juliet Lowe Foundation In Savannah Witt C. Jones Funeral Homeof 473-4325 Nltes: FOR SALK Petunias. snap Book before' bujrln* any other I FOR RENT Furnished apartment music! course available. Uchg

    Carport Futch conservation of natural Qa. and other trips Stark?. llbllr Hocks Callas Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne.
    Cab.".. Surviving are two daughters. Auto FIr. Home Business Dragonn and small furnished USED MACHINE SALE .
    renourceii; Mrs.!' Dewayne Kl Ii I- They budget $25 for this pur annuals. Boy local re-preaentstlve sir1958. "* I r
    other your
    Utility, Room" of Monthly Payment PUn and house all at 321 N Templei .15 *. UP
    Mr Percy Sullivan ginger Portable "
    i der, fine arts; Mrs. Pete "Mills. I Beef Steak Tomato plants. P. O. Box 603. Phone .
    Window Awmngf il 1 American home life and youth pose.The club budgets $47 for Htnrke! and Miss Dorothy Mills I BeU Pepper Plants, Rose 084-3794 tfchij' i Ave. Phone 969-2981. tfchg I SINGER COMPANY 402 N.

    FREE ESTIMATES' conservation; Mrs.' Wayne: federation dues und small contributions of Oroen Cove Springs; one FOR RENT Furnished 4 I Marion St. Lake City JI'1&.
    Mrs. V. B.Ferguson. I ,
    bushes Shrubbery
    Tirm Avallablt WMffen ''International affairs; are given each yearto son. HarolJ: W. Mills\ of Neptune room and bath apartment. 126 Ralford Rd. phone FOR SALE-with no closing FOR RENT On. bedroom 752-4081 tfchg

    Mrs. Jerome Johns public affairs the Red Cross Heart Association Beach; two brothers S. Water St. Phone D6-t 185. cost Cozy little home. All trailer Also space with patIo i!
    Call Collect ; and Mrs. Tom Stalling, Cancer Society Polo Jospp.h, E. Thomas of Crescent tfchu 964-5971. Starke tfchg II I I Conveniences. Now Is your i', ., Westmoreland Trailer FOR BENT-Spacious 2 bed-

    376-8888 education.Mrs. Fund Radio Free Europe, City and Victor C. Thomas of I: chance to own your home. W.I I I Park. Phone 969-3291 or 969- room unfurnished duplex. Also

    Harold Godwin and about OUnp vllle. I :2151. tfchg furnished apartments. Nice
    will Ship Hope, Care ; H. oilman. tfchg
    Gainesville CLOSE-OUT First grade pen
    I BIGGSAuto
    serve the Starke Junior 13 state proj ('lts. Last March DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I I ) location. Reasonable. W. H.
    cils 6c each; 70c doz.I;
    Woman's Club next donated 2.600 to the Manufacturing Auto Radiator Shop Nollman. Starke "
    I year as they Home of Starke Is In charge half cross. Bradford County Hody & Fender & I I National I Florida.tfchg
    president. Serving: with her Starke recreation department Telegraph. trCARP'S Radiator Shon! I Chemical Co. has openings for ,i Car Running Hot
    or arrangements.
    will be Mrs. Eugene Tanner, for' starting the new recreation :2 I route sales personnel and I Radiator Leak
    HOUSEHOLD Auto 1'iiintlnK, l'"rr
    1st vice president)'' Mrs. J. M. building. 1 territory manager. Ouar n- I C. W Savage'. Radlatureleaned Cleaned & Repaired '
    Edwards. Jr. 2nd vice president They fire now gathering I teed salary plus commls lon. '
    PESTS ; Miss Sally Sink, secretary clothing and toilet article for TilE RIGHT POINT for the SERIES 191 ('' Rrpiilml, AndIt..u..1 Also have opening for full or I I New & lined Radiators FOR SALE 40 acres 3 bedroom .

    f Dtttructlv ; Mrs. Gene Shaw treas about 300 students' who attend I time women I Auto Repaint & Drake I hou_. 10 acre pecans.Cali .
    V UniinitaryUntlghHy the Salvation Army way; you write. Come In and I I Expectant Mothers | 411 A. ",..I nut !St." Starke : Write part Fuller men Bruh or Co. Otis Service 064-0192 after 1 p.m. C.

    "1DI..o... urer.Mrs.. Tom Slade was sponsor Camp In the summer. The select your favorite ESTER- W Now Carry A I I E. Brown. p. o. Box II, East I The Right Price At I S. Haddock, Rt. 1 Box 233.Itchy.. .

    Carry''''' 'of the Junior Women this ,, names of these children are Complete Un of I WANTKO: LAWN WORK. Lake Weir. Fla. Uchg Strobo's Garage ,
    term and Mrs. H. H. Adams obtained from the welfare department BROOK Fountain Fen TELETELEGRAPh. -
    I Phone nrtft-40K2 IMI., \ S :.101
    will serve as their sponsor Maternity WearCARP'S FOR RENTUnfurnLshl'd 3. Mock 2 bath house. Recently -
    from the Senior Woman's and many do not have buth- I FOR SALE -House and lot I bedroom block house, 713 East I Loop Rd. I painted. 1221: Johns

    Club next year.A lag suits, summer shorts, j -.o--=.. I I on St Clair St. See J. L. Sll- Laura Starke. $5000 per' Phone 961-5171 Drive. Saratoga Heights. Ph.

    party for the winning shirts and, plnysults. Mrn. cox 2tp 429 :, month In advance. IIollls* V Over 20 Years Experience I Erwin Andrews. 9642311.
    Junior Club was held at the Sawyer paid I Knight. tfchg I Itchg.
    home of Mrs. Slada when representatives It would take Bovernl pagesto 12Wides. '' :MR FISIIF.RMAN You can I tfCh5f'j I

    Mrs. Sawyer lint the many things that now get :your supplies. Incluil- '! FOR RENT Two apart. FOR RENT: 3 FOR SALE-by owner. 100 X

    Phone MI's. Godwin and Mrs. Johns the Stai ke Junior Women havemrtlclpiUeil TUB JIM WALTER CORP.ORATION InK worms for fishing at' ments. One 3 bedroom unfurnished I, bath furnished cottage. Phone 100 foot lot with frame house.
    Custom Made has 3 boil :I I6teha
    returned from the convention In, or Hponaorcd room Smiths Shell Station. Lawtey. one :3 rooms turn- 964-2.61 tfchg i Road 16 across -
    Located on State
    Wednesday night. Club members over the past year. They are For Florida Living house and large lot for mile i B 20 ished. CaU 964-8683. Call after school.
    out 100A on the loop. About ONE of the largest firms In : from elementary
    964-3965 also sent two white o"- also working on several. pmjec" I'
    chlils to the representative ., which will be of great YOU Get More\ 1 mile front 100 on left. Kcr I ATLANTIC Service Station 3-30 p m. tfchB the nation, has opening In I,'. Phone 964-0862 after 5 p. m.

    durlnK the judging of entries' icnellt to the city and county. For Your $ $ $ more Information cnll collect I For Rent. Good opportunity I FOR 9AJJE I I Starke area for the right I p4a

    LL:3: : Projects which the Starke Some of these Include an international Jacksonville 388-0161.* for right man. Small amount Ready mix conerr-te, eoner t. I man betwen 21 and 45. High I MAN OR WOMAN To Service)

    Junior Club sponsored lust tea Family Life i No Salaried or Com Mchg :3/13 of cash required. Call J. C'I block. house piers." sand cement. school graduate or above good established Watkins route. :300

    Post year Include: Conference, Christmas.. lightIng missioned Employees Lawton. l'oltk325.206.: : mortar mix. rock steel starting; pay. excellent train customer Over I40O averageper
    A scholarship contest sewing contest I l'' N'lght 335-S958 I rster shell "merork. roof ing program unlimited opportunity .
    three-year nursing HELP WANTED) Men In good< I month and up. No lay-off.
    Control loan for $(OO which youth Mother's :March' DAD) & BRAD) LARSEN ,travel lintels BRADFORD for advancement .
    survey health 9th trade or better. Write c. R Ruble. Dept A 4.
    ( I KOOKI.NO !HIIK.r.T: METL !:NO!'. CO Phone 964-3921.
    I.IKE TO WORK A | Retirement and group Insurance -
    tf CHEMICAL CO. they planned and set up. I of I J'lmea. Mayor' committeeto Age 21 to 61. Write or contact -,i \\OHK atap". .t"11 benefits.. No ex-rlpncel I Po. O. Box No. 2447. Memphis.
    tight obscene literature, I
    4 IS 429
    Term. 2tp
    Personnel ,
    I, Civic Round table, debate" on YOU Benefit Sunland Training Department Center P Any tp rooflno: No job to FOR REfIor2 bedroom, un-i necessary. Call 3TJ-3: 85. or''
    laxues. mall or large. We are equipped 372-5473 or FR C-6037 I
    presidential campaign O. Box 1150, Gainesville. furnUhed house 525 W.
    short course on Communism I I to install built up roofing 9644431v Itrrn 2tp 4 29 I IS STARKEOne
    All Sizes 56 At. Call : HOUSES' :
    STARKE MOTOR PARTS on Display I 4tchg I
    Free estimates dry or night. '
    and American economics, gathered 4' story frame house 4 bed-
    8-10-12 VIdes FOR SALE1960 Valiant.
    Clayton ,
    Information on local Phone Ot19-3111H or 0419-1143. H.
    I dr. V-20O automatic heater ronms. large kitchen, paved
    1 H.iths
    IV't 2trhg 4 22
    and state government (this
    Expert Recapping :
    Oilers You The Best In and Expandables; NO. 179 |I 1965 tag.Phone 964-3651 after street.
    will be compiled.l for librariesand
    Dr OlenrP FOR SALE 14 ft. Lyman'' 8 acre 107 ft on 301 :3 miles !5pm I 4tpd 429 One story frame house seven
    public Information! ), Se- Only 13500\ I Iota. fully furnIshed "ideaj' \
    ( Wee) Crews Cllnker-Bullt boatwith remote from
    nior Citizens. reclothed< burn New HERE'S ,..%LI'Ef 1 WE STILL hAn a few hens for horn and garden or peU.
    and Used AM! Flill Line of steering. 35 hp Johnson NO. SS
    Machine Shop Service ed out family representative left at $100. Smiths''
    Inquire .
    I' CB
    Three bedroom two bath
    NKW': TIHK- TRIXTK: motor 18' :Mutercraft trailer Bungalow of 5 room & bath
    on Children's< committee, ho'- S-Yr. financing available I Fenced 2Phm'l'l. Shell Station Lawter.3tch. House paved Street. 11.00000
    for :Miss Univerae TRACTOR AH SIZES $350 c.il964: 1l11 Ext. lld: In *N>st of repair
    1 con- '
    I .
    1 Pear and P>* trees 291 down. bal. like! rent.
    Itpd cn
    BLOCK BOAKING PISTON I'IN AND testants, transportation and I PMiasylvanla A Dunlap W. __ _
    KING PIN FITfISGCLEANING buby sitting for voters' fumHy tl (e Our Uental.I'urI I HARDY nROTHERS ,I LADY Yo'L S--to; I SpsclCHu. lawn shaded by''| FOR RENT Furnished I Three bedroom two bath C B
    RETIRED Phonic $4 000 00 down, bat
    4 miles from :
    BOILING AND chase Plan large Elm tree :
    gun clinic. bicycle roud-e-o -Payments SALVAGE YARD rent small furnIshed house bedroom cottage Lart living ; month.

    BLOCK lUnGE REAMING; baby sitters clinic art show. Under $50 Per Month : v.a. SOI-Nertt : close!' In town. or what. have I e4 atarke.highway! with fmntag Yours ?for on p only..- room and kitchen. Tile bath. 'New 18800 three bedroom masonry

    Hhow-me trip for children, petition - Two nice closets In bedroom.
    --- ? Miss Jessie Neubern. :
    VALVE GRINDING CYL. HONKING: you $5500. home central heat, two
    to save last stand ofcypre INSI':' .\ I Oen. Del.. St. Augustine. Fla. STROIT KFLTV Redecorated Insid& Private i I baths. ample storage, carportor

    HEAD) & BLOCK CAM: HUSHINGRESunl'ACING Veterans In }Florida sent movie booksto NOW'Mobile I AT'rr.i) RITES I lUh 2117 V. Trmnle' h. I III' driveway 614 Lake St. Mrs garage Le*, than 130000
    hospital A. F Saul. 633 McM&hone.
    BOAT ,
    At'TO. FIKE.
    INSTALLATION The rUUlle. of the friendly ( S. 3.t1 i'I down. Bat monthly payments.
    964-5743 tfchg
    n FOR SALE African red; ""on. 5653111C1.ZAN1N3EST U. 8. 301 frontage unimprov
    '* BRAKE DRUM: TURNING stranger, donate book to library I L'iSU'LNCF.GE.'iCT I
    1 I
    Home Sites i Lou.
    ed. You
    gifts of clothing to Indigent worms red wrliglers mlnnovrs City name It we
    tfchK FOR SALE Hewed Sill. It.
    and uhlnners at Barn- have
    children< Goodwill Industries YAllu\ULE -
    We Also Have New Tires I
    and Indians Representatives I cord'* Kin mil-v Lake 2fpl! ChOUSE I carpet cleaner floor and ceiling joists. dressed A. J. Thomas. Realtor. Tel.

    also attend all district Full Lake Privileeen. Sam Gardner bej.I I you ever used. so es. too. cypress; rafters, plain wtdt 964-A701.
    Homestead : FOR B.u.E3 Get Blue Luatre Rent electric flooring and gsJvanUed roofIng -
    Your NAPA Jobber is A Good meetings and< workshops ExemptFinancing I
    room unfinIshed tram howe sufficient for 14
    ,rrtnmpooer tl Starke Hard a room
    Man To Know And A Good busy Somebody person to saUl get It somethingdone takes a FOR SALE!: Good businessand with acreage near Starke City :i ware. ,i x 28 feet. Akn bath tub on LOST One pair of men'

    ,and the jobs started and residential properties In limit*. $200 down balance ft-j lees and lavatory slightly>I glasses In brown cue Return

    Place To Go. completed by the Starke Junior Lake Geneva SUrke. Improved and unlm- nanced. Call Phil Black! collect C. L. Tolford used good condition. Lumber. to Peewv Williams. 511 N.

    Women's Club to proved H. V. Knight&, P. O Jacksonville. 359-2804 ; S cents. per foot Roofing. I', ChW'dor phone 964-5414:
    seem Drawer p. City. ttc1Jc I :atchg: !5 I 8 cents per foot. Tub. t23. Lavatory 964-1 UI.
    Starke Motor Parts Co. Inc. bear this out. Trailer SalesOn II I WANTEDWhits! : bou'iekeepI I Itp
    In addition to their efforts I FOR SALK': -19M Chevrolet 't er: live in car for 2 small: Ill -H L. Hou< Park Place Starke Itchg
    J 153 V.'. Brownlee Street on behalf of their club. city. Route 10O. One :MileSE' FOR SALE-FU1 dirt. top i Motor I ust overruuiled. new children. Room & bord. small FOR SALE OR RENT S
    county. and state most of Keystone. heights tractor work. D...., and SOII.\\) hydromatic. Priced to sell Mtary. $'imore Information. mile
    south of 7
    these women are mothers and I building W. T. Jck-' reaanmble. Phone M-BS13.. call 94-9311 before 3 acre.,
    Phones 961-0801-961-0811* Open Sun. & Evening nipplle p.m. lip CURB OIRL WA.vnDAp: 3 rooms. unfurnished house

    housewives, and hold full timeJob son Building Material, and Ma- Can be seen at Madam Rob- -_------ __________i ply in person at Tucks Dttre hard road. Call 944-SWl on

    Starke, Fla. *. j j' I chlnary Supply. I'hone.\) erta. S mIles South U.S. 301. FOR SALE 1957 English In. U. S. 301 South. 2Vhg 56. i 4ll47. 2tchc 513PAGE or

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    s FLA. TlnR: )"Y. APRIL %9. 196.1

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    \ ...y"'t'. ". ... ,,,.,,,,rwwwwwwwwi, stands the world around him. your Answer or plvailtn, to veamnl.xoTtrn. tornffv,. or It will become void t
    1 Bradford nlil C'.I..I. I'll th* "''.In- TO < aoenrill\lnq to law ,
    We have still who feel Cnhnr'rnnq:
    -e many tirr'a Attrrn.y H. I I. M. ntsas. Tn \H ,',...1110'" And All ter.eons Hiu-h.' creditor shall dllvrtifriit
    Junior HiKEYNOTES that one text book for each I'. U. I.'r,' I" 1I..ln"'III... HHVlnnr d.lni. Hr iHttnanilMAcAlnat "nt ,u / ASI child In each class It suffici 1- Inrliln, .unit, li.. file the i>rl..liml' Hiilil I lOntnl: rnnhie the County Judge. to
    * ent. Let the record of researchand In .thn. .rn..r'. the "h..k .r. You, soul *arh nf vnii. arehershy mull. one to nrli. personal" ra*
    t'Ir. ult : :" Bturh. Kl.irl.ln, .11t1..1! and, r""I..1> til |>r...*nttlve.Imtril .
    1 experimentation stats un nr hrtnr. ih* lath tiiix' ..f f present' any olaluiN. anil|"liiiHtuliiwhich April T. A O 1 11165.Clarit ,
    clearly that book for 11tV.: A. I>., lass( iilherwlai-* you or .lth.r uf run. ('. Harm
    Airport Authority Seen I I'I Jim one text .ll<-_titli>ni ,>f no'til Complain! may h.". against th.. i.:.tiit* of< Aa \.lmlnl"'t' of the fttut : -
    Bv Tempi each child In each subject Isnot will h* 'taken aa imnf.anil. I Il h) O. /R UoriUckitr, alan known nChurl uf (' K:. Iturd.ak.. ,. aim
    U ..... >> enough and "textbook pun.nnMd. *. R. an..,."..*.. tus..n.- known. a*. Cliarlcii.. K Miiriltk.. .
    l thlo Kth day' nf April, .*.1, late l ut Hraitfitril Citnntv.Klnrlilit. I II.l i| I........
    : Breaking Bottleneck To Progress s la Library Week The I, teaching" Is inadequate. 1 A. l I'. I 1116:1.: tr> the i*tiuiv Juilvvf +,,I5t ./e
    I SEE library Is an essential We need more not fewer I"'I'!: I.I ? HraiU'inl. Cuuntt Klorlilaliritlfoul .
    irlia .
    a critical part of the total I texts for good teaching and ..f ('In.nil CourtfJriiilfonl County Court HOIIHIHI ,
    Results of a meeting to be held able facility, with such tremendous po. program. Modern em I good l"llrnlnlf.Vtt need more, Ciuinti. Kl,,"i lilu 1'1..10"SluikiHrHilfuril. olihln "Ix 4ili. MI.I'.IIIIKV.Millfr -
    here Friday night could mean an end tential has been maintained with IT placed Inten not less printed matei'lal. The /,1,,I l.i: 41 '.i 1 '.."ni lli,. dullr III'* first. l>..h.1I"II..n TilE RIGHT POINT fr the

    to the bottleneck of inaction that for limited use by a few individuals for eUI'I"lcu1ulldraws upon an very I school today should have ac- : h claim,nf. 'this nr ilinmnil. ... mnit' select way you your write.. favorite Cold CHTEKtBROOK. :hi and
    many years has kept one of our tremendous such activitea pasturing[ cattle raising upon the less! to a vide variety of !. Ik* t.iiHrl lir Ik* C'. ..i.liJiMluti h* In nimnir. and must'' Mint,,, .
    resources .
    Phil llrmllnril ,. .. Fountain Tea. TEL.f1RAr.f. "
    By In \nl lr *> .
    I Hi- i u r n rr.Id'urn e nd I l>" i
    assets! from realizing its! full hay, growing Christmas trees, and \ and services of the books, tests, pamphlets reference < ....<;, 'Isle Of I l odds.In I' ,.Hi. .' million, if 'the mil "I .
    similar small center The works bulletins mav- It*: I I'o'M': i ifO mil niiiHt.. hi n\t.irn in, tit the
    potential of to the area. operations. Although library .
    .. .
    ,. .
    azlnc.i and I' HlllMll h "t HW I kit Wit ittlmnnt. ,, tills ua. .nl'. m hi* at
    A joint meeting: of official boards these have been of some benefit, of The Fair In. over provide an abundance finally newspapers! spccl- sic riinili-n i I':' II....ill., ki i ,. !11r,

    from Clay and Bradford Counties will course, on a' limited scale, they have Strawberry Festival anj audio-visual' I;:,I classroom'designed for the modern -

    be held here to explore the possibility not been "a drop in the bucket" to A lot of people have ... If a effective Job But until we are able to I I

    of establishing An Airport Authority what should! have been realized by I "Why let !girls. enter be done. la the expanded I I provide the type of facility weI I

    to administer the affairs of the Key- this area from such a valuable facil- ty ties contest?" Well from because In today's school' need we mutt take e..rt.'Ilnm.'III"t's PRESTIGE SERVICE SAFETY

    stone Airport located on Highway 100 I Is to Insure the properuse
    ity.A ver I in* our berries. approached through I
    betwen Starke and Keystone Heights.The bill authorizing the creation of FTorliln Berries, and of units or problems a of what we have One orl I

    creation of such an authority an Airport Authority ia being soughtat Clay. Union, Baker which necessitates" I hav I' the problems face dully is I,

    could mean the difference between the current Legislative session, and people market their & in the classroom, the-misuse of the library and I'

    wishful thinking about use of the air- it is apparent! the plan to have both here. This also Is a lame variety of the books found there. Too

    port as a site for industry, and actual Bradford and Clay Counties! represented competition. It brings related learning sell'i many/ times the ..tumontchp'k.
    realization the bwly. This is terest Into Bradford In our caw we again out a book without
    of such a goal.If on as it shouldbe .really
    such an authority had been in for a large part of the Airport flow many people with the fact that Intending to use it fora
    apectfto As'
    liked purpose resultof
    to sit in tho** a bars minimum a .
    existence: several months ago; we property is actually in Bradford Coun Beats? To m*. they >r of books for our stu tills, the book U. mistreat-1: \

    might even now be feeling the stimulating ty, and residents of both the Keystoneand queens, but to; uie. The real. facts ed and In some cases lost :'..'

    effect of a new industry in the Starke areas; would. benefit from ly one could win and "" / .I Many times It L, taken home,
    Kevstone-Starke area. Officials of a any industry that is brought there. I cerely feel 1 the judges the standards for ana! not returned or Is left

    trailer company from the Carolinas Starke and Bnulford County also havea !rood Job. and. elate sets at IIbrar-I' somewhere else. It would help -

    Came\ here to inspect' : the Airport site ,very active Chamber of Commerceand Donna will di> a ( number of r If tile student and parents'
    )Job. as did Jan last would make a check of Uielr
    and it met their approval-but t unfor- a Development Authority which i should be
    fortunately there were no buildings can be of great benefit in promoting course, every year anj at 10 the desired homes books to see If any library IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND !
    people that have! gotten mixed with
    I :
    any they [ This .
    there which could be future use of the leaves our sys-
    utilized and no Airport. The} two
    '. chase
    wrong' ("hol. Lat at homo If
    : any are \Vhcn have here
    searching fur the
    enough a checking account
    means of constructing them with the communities, working together, can heard It too. and I found! please' return them to you ,
    Airport under the administration of accomplish: much more than could ever der who could have standard meet the Jlf're'wt lowest! pa'- the OilS Library checkbook you hold( represents ail the service

    the City of Keystone Heights. So the be hoped for by one working alone. ed the Strawberry !' question, "Are! mint we The library should bit lilted and safety of a leading institution .

    trailer officials! were graciously: steer- The Keystone Airport has often with any more pols. going to bat satisfied only when the student has. "Full rviit" bank I i- -_ >._ ..,""TAANo

    ed to Green Cove Springs, and have been referred to as "a sleeping giai.t sonality than. Jan school when we know need. t fir the printed materials' it means great eous'esleesceoe you enables -
    just announced their decision to Well 20 i is long for I .m looking forward what which are there It should not
    open years enough any we offer our stu to bills mall; bank by mail and
    other you ( by ,
    operations at the former Navy Base! giant to sleep, and it is long past time great year with Is second rate?" become a R.itherlng place for pay risk
    avoid the needless
    This Is also the .. thoM who have no specificpufpo'we of carrying coo mud
    there, with employment for 100 per- that the giant should be aroused and Is no chnnre to
    sons. put to work for the entire area. The year that a great many under the present. other than that tol) f' I. cash on your person.
    berry grower. annlyr The meet their friend. and 1'11" I,
    \ receives
    If an Airport Authority had beenin proposed Airport Authority hOlds ronts and .....11.11. Of student enrolled We on a Rub sesalon I Open a checking account her. NOWJj | J

    existence: at the time, with the great promise toward that end and there "wasn"' .t the mon.. per have 130OO books In We would like to extend to *"

    power to net, it Is I I believed that the the sooner it is created and put to that there was last" .. I now If we want to all Mi-mis of the. school' l an

    trailer company could easily have been work the sooner we will set some ami*. But, dunt you ,. for the top ratio. At open !Imitation to visit our

    obtained for the Airport.) tangible results at the Keystone Air. t.r being through one It It' a atrugale to find \library as' well us other! facilities

    For two decades! now, this in'aJuI port. worst' seasons In I I : ) books assigned the here at school ..MI FLORIDA
    .w. should thank x1
    County filth School
    It could have been lot
    a \). in order to find this \oll< K .inTfl U"'N!
    There are time we have to count I"...|I.h'' C'm. .,>nil>.
    Governor's Million Road
    $300 Program don't count our bl..".In I 101S soak gxnrlnR. Avvnuo, BANK AT STARKEOne 1
    of the book located In f.h..balsa. til '
    I Well we have some places such as the ISO You .... hi>rrl.., niilirinil thnln
    Could Open New Vistas For 301 I lea planted and It La I i mill fur, iji. "iin. .. and ..nut, etc. '
    h..n earl ..>.lu.t you. h. of 31 Banks of the Florida N tlonnl Group
    will let .
    hat you us .. ... .
    should note that the ex l I. "i. Ir Homlii, in .lh. firtun '
    I market them Rut( In of bare. minimum It U encouraging to note that U.S. Then if and perhaps such an a job we must know SO per student .ls renlly Kliirliln,.. In' 'han, ..ry ami. 1", '" ., Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

    highway 301 I i' Included" in Governor "If" U not wholly in the realm of wishful you have planted 110 It I III not the bare ar r"'I"I.I| It serve a copy uf( _

    I lturn-4! proposed i i $?(K) million road thinking we could stretch that (line up an outlet for ;-" at all. The real

    bond! program for four-laninsr from the $300 million program to include four |I I Would appreciate It .is.. In our cane,

    Georgia line to Dade City including laving of 41 (the :Tamiami Trail) from would contact this student enrolled Even
    t segments from Callahan to :Baldwinand Naples across state to MUA 'lJ.! it would j j i1,, have the County knowledge Agent's so I expenditure' would not it could all go up In mok... In a forest fire, everybody lote -the f.rmer.lh..toduatrial worker,

    from Belle view to Dade City, to- be a tremendous boon to travel on 301.] ', quantity a to expect.I UK up to a top revel un the aportsman whoever benefits from the product of tree (and that mean all of ua). A firo means

    taling 65.6 miles. Motorists from the Eastern Se.ihoard I I have tried to get ... crowd'm, oo third DM current year. This coat of Is higher co.t. too, 'for the thousand of everyday item whose basic material' come from treesThat's ..
    Since 301 i 11'1' already four-lan i from could enter the state on 801 follow i t Mans planted. Vernon
    (allowing tor the dis in closo with tho Slate
    and and work partnership
    maintain equipment crews
    this route to Tampa and then take and why we special
    lade City to 7ephyrhlIIs. this would 1 has put In wi acre | ) which Is about 13 per
    provide an unbroken stretch' nf four 41 for an unbroken four-laned rid* are _**utlfu!. Anyone | elementary book. and Federal Forest agencies in preventing and 'fighting fire.-the greatest enemy of the Southern

    lined highway from the Georgia line. from the Georgia line across! to the eel might dclv by and h for junior hUh and $4I, woodlands. CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA ISj Fernandina Dboch, Florida
    Wet Coast and on to Mlaril the t rook st them as "
    to within 30 miles of Tampa. over high books To add

    Tamiami Trail. them stuck and atrun dilemma, the produc, .. .
    Although "
    we are more than pleased This might sound like an ambitious. rly / of books Elves every ,. ..' I
    I to have this. additional! four-lane ..
    program but in view of the benefit of continuing to I 1
    mileuKc in prospect we cannot help to he derived in additional enjoymentand .
    but wish that Governor Burns had in- sight-seeing benefits. to our tour-I this U not a true pic ,
    BYLINETh I: Y .
    eluded the short stretch from Zephyr- i+ts. it would seem to be entirely justified i present allocation f y4"
    hills to Tampa where 301 could tie O per student .ls broken .
    and worthy of inclusion 'In the !' ... .
    '. In the following msn-
    in with U.S. tl, which U' scheduled! in Governor's Is1 Sr ; c.
    At least it .
    for bunks 2) cents fur I'
    the weeks ) ; | .
    Governor' plan to be-four-laned 8th six t r
    something that
    we In this area should ,. jr
    sal report I and newspaper I ; \ ;
    all the way from Tampa to Naples be U t Friday '
    the lower West' Coast on ward.thinking about and working to- houkl b* out early nest .*. nothing for (Item;, .' t
    Student! Cklvernm.nt. (In connection with i;)

    CUM Interact Club maintenance, promo r
    Junior Claa met last circulation, processing- I
    Farmer's Diary I day too much: credit cannot Students! went dlamlaaad ., of the printed and '

    b* given to the Starte-Rotary to attend the Fair an I' Club for their RuralUrbanfish I berry FntlvsL | d range. for Au-
    1117 .. MeGarrer fry which attracts& a big W* are very proud ..... materials alone .Is .. 1"N
    crowd and rets th* Fair off to talented and ood-looking I 14 per student. r

    rabbits, and th* pair of long- a good start. Wnll hastily d... Dixon and Joawwi not our desire to sim tl.....
    homed steers entered In th* atng a plateful' of the chow who wr lat and 2nd ... l he highest: stand
    show by J. D. OVxn On of t tend It was good 1 I. wv noticeda I upa. rpetlvly In the I I Our goal l U rattier to
    the sieers WM In the quartet of the volunteer I Strawberry Queen what we feel U a ad.1 .- V-S\ t\ a
    Ay >
    drag MaD at th* left as you worker*-Ben Buslow, OllbertOoidwlr l Friday night They 1|: library facility Homv : \ 'fl

    entered th. barn but the .. Bob Edmondson. formed and looked Ilk* I I mid. When I was In .

    other was out In a pn. where and Oeorg KopelousU -and I lion dollars Retiring w* wr lucky to ace

    he pawed the earth ferociously nearly got' a candid sko of Jan Ada ma had the .... couple of extra library. iA; jt\ \7 ;

    I whenever anyone cam EdmoiMLwn a* he surreptitiously crowning the new Quevn Others say "All you" ... W
    nea.r dug Into the food hot I I na Manning, a "lovely a teacher and a T'xit
    S was d IprisingAH I{: from 8JRJC 'I I head' To put It In- / :
    At lat out Hertford County | :1
    5 w. are also proud words, there are al- -
    Fair got a mod and brffrom.. Orion, at said livestock boo bough auction the In all. It was a wOl'ldntul''I'meet pulse winners In th I \'* people who begin I 4 4 tt
    the weatherman a result ten a .i4! \ w
    A \
    all pre<&lnus rvcords Wf't'I reorntly' and entered them In ."-c.o.ether.' .nd.. ...1 wit Contest Walter l' j I I warn a oil'" as If same'w" '' ') : It
    broken for attendance With the show because of theirmaxnlfYcient frtendly face wherever w*,i piano, Th loula. our to be living the ,
    turned Arch Thomas said '' combo: and Mr Barnes ,i as w* were 79>> years BI -
    the successful' show Just com horns He said -1 !I I II
    I2V I
    Association ton vocalist Thou this rocket age we can-
    cently that th* Fair I
    animals are ,
    plettd. and more facilities irukl& after '
    I hope, to build It Into the tow winner rllt'.lved' to b* hamstrung by ,, ,
    slated to be addnl. It appears Uuchf-red. hot 1 plan* to have moat welcomeftunday hora-and- '
    that the Bradford Pair bheaded the heads mounted I bluest event of Its kind In was National' antiquated duin-1_ d
    this section and last week was plstltuo of Ui .'
    for even greater' sucTb I" nkoc Pay" at the .
    proof that th* group's effortspaying
    C'PMf'S Oxnmlsalorwtr toile r Conner,I off. armory Very fw child and mine csn't
    and nepreaentaUw Arch I showed itp. but those "' today to boo prepar-
    livestock exhibit were' Thomas flew to the Fair last II I had) a very grt time live Sn. world of to ,
    outstarKUng this year and Wexlneadar for th* opening 1 Th queen contest Friday' Camp Bianrflng. going unleM we make ad.. I,

    -Big Boy' Prevail, chairman I Rotary fish Fry and soon I nlht drew one of the Mggnt I' machine !gun rang. ( I preparation. It follows
    or that section was pleased afUM-ward whtned back to crowds and w* thought th* Army trucks. etc It more printed mater-I,

    with the entries "'We had a Ta3: ah i.e*. What a dlTffrnc master of ceremonies. W B very "interesting. day. visual! aids he &U able .. .
    bmful and could have had from the. early day*. fVymour of Jacksonville did I I II to Ute 0......m..o.ATTKNTION I the beta h*unoVr- ..'j' ,". ... --
    more If there had been room" when' a trip to the cspttol I a one Job by providing humor It EN ..; : ,. .. .., ". ; '

    he said. took Ur. or four day over to th* program There were 10 more days C y .... ...t .
    Road. to be sure. such' over the place and nt '
    I t I the old Bellamy distraction ;Y ,, 'er
    there plenty of .
    Two which eaucht our Interest as the roar of the helicopter I I were r .i'
    I available an .,..11-
    were the orphAn bunny And speaking of th* opening during Cong Billy Maltvwe'I- < 1 Pry
    I speech, and the (locking I I I'I' .'.,. ", ,
    I ?..
    train during '
    nc of a .
    I UM! eontestanfa -.... ), Pet turned the mlj j .. ,'._'.' ; 1<. ;"..

    ORIQ4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED II IIr thought the staging. I rM over to the woman .... I
    187gIE. event was good .* of the heUVopcer'' "" ; k
    t 1' .
    A 555Torre 1 sn* In true< "barker' ., .. ,,ry'de, h i ts
    r ,... was on tried to attract the.. ... '. "J..
    saeMactne z L MTT-rw.. [af'g11 ales / ., .
    though: on the he: kept her "pttrirfor j. ,:f\-. ...._-.....>

    I. OC. 0 Roza'. Oca-V Wcvoiv .Nrwaera f>u_.**).O COMT when Uv center of I < ". a w.j 'f .

    I "4rIO" Jt OVa.T UJO* TM. tiara ....Too..... was supposed. to awltrh I rouldnt resist UK,I Ii ""' .. (.
    the! market platform, i i i, '. and taking rte' .', .
    ! FUII.MCO CA-CM THUBVOSV Aida Carr s>s. A* CIA. ...n.. AT TM* t.J'w fish fry was held, I I opportunity called Into ... f '
    v y
    I : ,,, ..,. o .r" .
    I Post Orrtcg AT .......*. rvAUN.** ACT O. MS.CM a. tar.. speakers state by the I *: "This way to the _... ..1f; ';t //1" ,... .> ;J...., rt :
    fair building Both Pete ( O.*.. ride com* on*.
    I D* THE TRADE AREA ONJ; TfAR I33O: sce MONTH3 12 M yak and Arch Thomas. 1, at7-a** th* rountryild* .1" """':"") I't., ., ," ,.,.

    OUTSIDK TRA.D AP.BA ON* TKsVA |4M . aIX MONTHS $L33 I get the. crowd si....''mlil the air In a thrilling
    the latter place, but th* ndf'!" .


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    APRIL 99. 1985
    - ---

    In (nntjr .....,...'. ("'....rt. In 1998 and remainder on January Attorneys' for Petitioner '
    vvnV99nvvnvvnvvvvv sonville visited her / Fouraker In Jacksonville. Ing their home In Green Cove .. 4.S. 4t 4/21
    Ami Fur Bred r"l I'uuntr, 10, 111"7! with mo Intrn'M.The I.
    ents Mr. and /Jrandpar-I Congratulations go to Miss Springs. COLORED e'terldn.. Uoard rimarren ,Inc right
    NEWS OF INTEREST TO all bid. In The' firarl OJ 'I'he <'onssyJndae
    to r'olert !
    NEW: ARRIVAL 111 re: acetate atKH any
    last Joann Scott run- .
    Lake Carter Sr., as M. !KernundcK, dwrenaod, (OFKICIAL! ttAD! ) llrnilforil 1.0. '",
    Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Conner ner-up for Strawberry Queen. Mr. and Mrs. Cons Uan, ot f NOTICE! TO OHKUtTOIW Mmrial A r-arby -iirl|. .ln. In I'robnle.
    attended the High School Everyone will be glad to Tampa announce the birth ol CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYNEAL All irodlt'trx nt the estate. I son1hlte.t eaald.To .
    Mri. 1'':. !M. Nortool Homecoming at St. George, know that Johnny Scott is 'a son on April 20, In a Tampa are Eva hereby M KertiuntluK ntlfltd .and, 0..0'.1.ruqulri'il '' -, :: 4.2J 2t 4tOTICM All CredlturN;;Uei And Persons;

    0332081TTTYTYYTYTVTTTYTY: Ga. last Sunday. atlll Improving and may be HoHpltal. Paternal grandparents to fll. any i.lulnm ur duiniinilH % BV "lllt.I''rlft" /ll.ivlne'Clullnn Ui .Demand A-
    Plano Minnie Carter of Max- able to leave the hospital in a are Sir.\ and Mrs. Richard MAItSILALLPITCHES SCHOOL NEWS which they "easy haveugalnet In Ke: Petition Fur Adoption Tiilnnt .laid textaf.I .
    Mrs. ,
    You. and "11' ti of vou at-" here-
    . offli. TO: Thomas CaahmanAddreaa
    Band "alii estate In the i
    ..... vllle visited Mr. and Mrs. few weeks | Lang of Clay Hill. Congratu- VICTORY The RJE High Srhool .r tin- ruunty Judge of Urudf And Itealdenoe L'n- hy notified and. r>"(iilriid It, piunent -
    lations.I OVER LAKE: CITY and Chorus will present a mu- .. known. any lalrim and demand
    Maxie Carter, Sr. last Friday. E. O. Elder Is home with > rd Oiiiiity F'1"rlda' In the .
    :NEWS: 1 You hereby notified that whltyuu... or eilh" .r '>f .n>u.
    'IIl.Jt1I PTA NKWS: Cheers to "Infant" sical recital Sunday. May 9. iiirth<>UHe at Ht.trkKlurlda.! are
    and Miss his family for a two weeks our the fSlnfoV
    Cecil McKinney within nix calendar. month. from a petition for the. adoption of may have aifaln-t estate '>
    Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Martha Starling of Jacksonville leave from Guantanamo, The following offlcers were baseball team who In th): at 2 p. m. In the school cafe- the date of the fort |ubltcutlon 1'atrlcla Jean Cathnmn .has. been : Jeffer-i.ti Whll--. dK'eated. -

    Morning Worship, 11:00: a. m spent Sunday with, Cecil Cuba. elected for the next school middle of its first season, hasa tOllum. The pullc U cordially .of thin notice. Kui-h! flalm. or filed and you are required to .. late of nuil' ''ounty Hi, ad tu ford the

    Training Union, 6:45: p. m Whitehead and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Town- term at the last meeting ol 3 and 2 record:! The Tigers invited to attend demand mug slate must the be ,In hurt-wrltlnit ur rftBl-and serve plnHdliiK' a copy to the of your petition answer on the or ,County'?unty, .Florida hl.. offu-i. In

    Evening Worship, 8:00: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Ed' Conway send, Sr. had as guests Friday the Clay Hill. PTA. Mr. Freda lost to Richardson High The Band Is under the Jirectlon I- dunce and pont ,!firs address of petitioner'. attorneys' Yawn .aMhaw the, court h'' use of aid. .
    Prayer Service, Wednesday Leon Carter, B. MQn'oe.and claimant .and mUHt be 12D Mouth walnut Htrcet.Sturk.i County al Stark. Floridaltltln ,
    Midweek Britt president; of Leon the
    School last Wednesday: by a ,
    Mr. and ,
    Starke spent through Sunday ui'inlh-
    and children of to the ,claimant hienirunt !Florida, and file the \\' six ciliidi: "i >m
    7:30: p. m. Rev. B. Sunday afternoon with Mr. Mrs. Carl Carden and son of vice president; Mrs. Betty score of 7 to 8 due to the the chorus Is under the sworn 1. or attorney, or It will original answer or "I..dlnaIt.. tile time of the fli,101 l fiuliln. allnnof

    T Peavy. pastor. "Come let and Mrs. Gerald Ortffls and Calera. Ala. I Moaley secretary; Mrs. Ellen large number of errors. How- direction of MI s. Willie MaeRandolph. ,lj.iM>tmi. void .accord tny" to law. the office or the Clerk of the |.hlnotlic" b. In Ka.: writing h i lalm. and"rdemand
    Court of Bradford County .hall
    Maruh :ll, IHUOiMubvl
    worship together. Wilkinson treasurer The next :
    us Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. ever, we retaliated by goingto !<'..rllllnd". Hltntmnn !<"'"rlol".n, or "before the shall *tte (he pla of r. il-
    PERSONALS: sons.Mr.. and Mrs. W. W. Hood Sellers, Jr. had as guests Fri meeting will be held in the Lake City Friday and wIn- CHURCH NESS'SBethlehem t IM.M1IOI I. KKilNANlJldlC: / I KIMI'- llth day of Slay 196:3.; If you dcnp. ...,, and Pont offii address if
    Mrs J. M. Bradley and Mrs school cafeteria on May 11 at 41<>.V, fall lo do no, a decree, pro confeMO t the .1..lmanl.1,1. hall be awornlo
    of 4 to 3. Will
    Friday through Monday Mrs. ning by a score Free hi
    spent Tuesday day lOxuLiitrlx: of the Instate: of Eva will b. taken aaalimt;; you by the claimant agent
    visited little .
    Bradley 7:30
    J. L. last week hi Atlanta Oa. Harold Albertson and childrenof p.m.CEMETERY Larry Brown, centerfleldsr, Church: :M. l KHrniinddttffancid.. for the relief demanded In the his .attorney and any. curb.
    Lynne Warren who Is a patient : .: ': CLEANINGThe | April i, I.ell tI..n.Vate". elalm or demand, ro. < I 10 flied
    aud Jacksonville was quite valuable in the vic- /First publlcatlun on
    Mrs. Lloyd Macy The annual Youth Day program -
    In Hope Haven HospitalIn I Long Branch Cemetery I IIHS.THOMAS. at "Hlarke: Bradford hall be void
    daughter spent last Thursday Little Stevie Peeler of Jack- tory with those miraculous was held Sunday, April : A. rilOltCH County Florida, this 31 iluy of Hd Mauri'e. Jenkln White
    Jacksonville last Wednes 'visiting Mrs. M. C. Dugger In sonville !Is spending two weeks workers began cleaning the catches he made. f I!I 25. The contest for Mr.\ and 21:11.rlh\: / / Trinplo' Ave. :March l'J65. Muurlc-e' of.lenklnx' the.. t.iit\"\'hi"Will A* andTratiiinint axMliitor -
    for Mother's !
    cemetery Day SEAL
    day.Maxie Grant Haven Hospital In with his grandparents Mr. Neal Marshall a right I Miss Bethlehem IFrce Will /Nooks! FloridaAllurnoys fur Kxeuutrlx' ( ChurleB A. O"rhy. of M I.
    Carter Sr. visited Mr. I Jacksonville.\ and Mrs. G. W. Brown. lust Tuesday. Anyone having hander, was the first man to Baptist Church was termjnr\ 4/K 4t 4/29 I (....rk.of the Clnult. ri /iirtHradford White, deieaeid. .
    donation to give for the I AliKINf.; .IK/
    Clinton Buff last a I nunty. F'lnr1d4Sty A. /
    and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Orlffis Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norton cleaning, please send same to go all the way. This was his ated at this time. The four I : Keulah )t. :Moody, Attorney r..r ,Kxutrlx:
    Wednesday. They arc both pa- had as Sunday dinner and children spent Saturday very first appearance which contestants! were Mary Seren- eputy Clerk elf "W'Thlr tients In the Baptist Memorial F. D. Lang or call your correspondent him winner. Neal I YAWN/ & //fH.! \\\' ldalnSIO l lll. Florida.
    W. proved
    guests Mr. and Mrs. C. with relatives Mrs. Trudy a Eugene, Blyp, Jr., Johnnie .
    2894132. cy. 4'111. Felt III 114 1112 South Walnut. Street First pubU.t. ' Hospital, Jacksonville. Richie of Starke. The dinnerwas Norton. Mrs. Virginia Rhoden, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Strick was successful in striking out Mae Covlnuon. and -Tom The llouid of County fimi- tilarke! Florida' 4, 15 41. 5't
    Everyone will be glad to In honor of both Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Parmenter eight men rend allowing only LindHcy The contest was won mlHjiloticra of ItraOford, (bounty.Klorldn .
    Charles Crews has land were taken to BrudtordCounty will receive *>nl led' .bldf
    that ft
    know Grlffls and Mrs. Richie'sbirthdays and Mr. and Mrs. A. R.Slebert. Hospital Monday. Mrs one hit. He (Rave up two walks by Mary Scrcncy and::! Eugcnf .at JO u. in., on shy utornl.iiff. ofMay

    been released from Bradford In Jacksonville.Mrs. Strickland was rcl"a.vd. but I, and then went on to claim Blye! Jr Thpy will be Mr. and 4, A.i.. I9il*> 'In the court ''

    County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crawford Ester Johnson of Jack- Mr.\ Strickland Is In the victory Mr. Alexander assistant Miss Bethlehem) Free Will room. In thn courthoime, for thefolUiwInv I
    rcmai.iing of
    plcf-4 rquipmenlr '
    Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead and sons Mr. and Mrs., sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. the hospital for several days. coach, was quite satisfied 'I Baptist! Church for the year. One iiHitd. Pall 63:; ATC Tuck F l F FREE
    visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin and children Mr with Marshall's strong crane follows:
    Roy Herbert S. Sellers last Sunday.Mr. Mrs Susie Sherman ins- I, The amount of the winners equipped a.
    Buff last Friday at tin foot "boom, with' 2 ..".In. ESTIMATES
    Clinton will i wonK
    In and Mrs. Earl Crawford and and Mrs. W. C, Town- ferred to our church by letter:) pitching arm. Surely Neal was J5.29 over $28.80. The sheave*, ItiiltpAfiitent PIMM'"* tutbpofii

    Baptist Memoilal Hospital children. Mr. and Mrs. J. B., send Jr. of Jacksonville spent Sunday night from lae Highland be an asset to our team for speakers were Tyrone Blye, holiir with lnd t i." .ndt. ii

    Jacksonville.Mr. Crawford and children, and the weekend with Mr. and Church.Mr. the rest of the season. and Raymond Bradshaw. Toj power load 'lowering: I m" d. I ILrunnml..I..n.
    Baptist .
    liojt dnnrti
    ana Mrs. Gerald Grlffls Mrs. Amelia Crawford all Mrs. W. C. Townsend, Sr. and Mrs. Howard l i\i4- The first Inning was the big tal amount raised was with' vearn running power In all. "I1antlfrlrtlon

    and sons enjoyed a birth- went on a fishing trip on the Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Elder gett and sons attendee! church one for the Tigers./ It all gotstartcel' 20378. Rev. Louis McKay;! b.arlfiKii.; Inall'mounted _
    day dinner Sunday with Mr.Oilffls's Oklawaha. River last Saturday. had weekend Mr. ; when short-stop Coy enirlne: MO 'I"grrr I"
    as guests
    and baptism service SunJaynight : pastor. ,
    tat vl lon cab; rtlrn-t adlnit hy
    mother, Mrs. E, F. Then they all enjoyed! a fish and Mrs. Kenneth Elder and at the Mlddlcbur L'up- Jackson hit a single Bobby Greater Allen Chapel AME draullu i ontroU" tIes! opinn Joseph R. Boyer
    Conway, In Starke. son of Jacksonville and Mrs. Williams second baseman hoom hack stop. flit. revolvlnir Church. Church lift. L. A. Sampson, .
    Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hickey fry.Mr. fair lend; 'j yard llvndrla. T "
    and Mrs. M. C. Bugger/ D. T. Allen of Starke Mr. and Mrs Henry Carterof was hit by a pitch that put pastor! : I iJriiic bucket.Slounted .

    and Eugene of Green Cove of Jacksonville are spending Edward Crawford and Long Branch visited Mr. him on base. This brought Services ,vlll; begin with : nn .,*ll CCf (Carrier Painting ContractorLET ,
    Springs, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. fenders front, ,niiil I roan. ouirluwerH -
    this week with Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Gainesville spent and Mrs. Louie Carter and Henry Danny the third baseman Baptism at 0 a. m. Sunday front" and rear. with

    Hlckey of Palatka and Mr. Lloyd Macy and children. bat Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. family Saturday afternoon to bat. Danzy lined one School at 10 with Miss' Fannie screw. and floats. : N 2S x 2tlreii. US GIVE YOUR HOME:\ A NEW
    Miller Judy
    and Mrs Ray .
    Sunday din- J. W. Hickey and childrenand Roy Martin and children. Mr. and Mrs. Horace White- into cent fll'lI: and scored Bell FrnzliT\ in charge Morn- I ThM nurrhaHf. will h,. ender a
    Randy. were
    and Mrs. George Spurting of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dietz of head and family of Maxvllle Jackson from srcond. I."ft- Inc services will be held at. 11. I LrftMHe. 1'lIr'I".r."*>"iii.iii' LEASE ON BEAUTY

    ner guests of Mrs. Elma RIggS Penney Farms were Saturday Olrard Ohio are guests of visited Mrs. Whitehead's parents fielder, Truman Strong hit a Holy Communion. 6 p. m. All 'J'b"I"/ ..,.. will .Pay ll.iiftO't.
    and Mrs Mary Shlpman. for ill, Tor 111 balaii of
    guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mr. and Mrs. Kauff- Mr. and Mrs Hardy Pad- ball to short-stop the short- .
    of Jackson- members und::! friends are InvIted thin. year with blanue paid l inU 964-4382
    Phone No.
    J. M. Bradley New
    Miller. man and family gett, Wednesday night. stop fumbled and the runnerson to attend. \ o liiHtu ville spent Thursday with Mrs.J. Sunday afternoon Rev. B. Mary Lou Padgett spent second and third scored. of bulan. pa4! on January 10

    M. Bradley T. Peavy and E. M. Norton YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'YnCLAY Friday night with, lie bra Then Strong stole second and I
    Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter
    visited J. L. Silcox, who Is a Saunders of Penny Farms. came home on two consecutive -
    Sr. had as guests Monday, Mrs. Hiram and wild pitches.
    in Riverside Hospital I'udgett
    Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mathis patient HILLBy :
    Coaches and Alexander
    Bradley -
    Jacksonville. Also they visitedMr. son spent last Wednesday
    and Mrs. Nell Mathis of and Mrs. Clinton Buff In night with her son-in-law and. commented that the

    Gainesville.Mr. Memorial Hospital Mr*. Howard' Padgett daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. K.: team Is "looking good" and

    and Mrs. W. E. Oliver the; Baptist Jacksonville. Padgett and son of Starke. should be ready to meet Lincoln OFFICE EQUIPMENT SALE I
    Phone 2894132vvvvvvvYyPVwytv999my ,
    spent the weekend with Mr. &le
    Mrs. Louise Moore spent the They also attended the shower High School on May 4.

    and Mrs. F G. CDnnl'r.Miss weekend with her sisters Mrs for Mrs. Pudgutt'a daugh- here In "Tiger Territory"All I
    Martell Johns of Jack-
    ter-in-law Doctor's Inlet. of
    at us at RJE are veryproud I
    Geneva Struth and Miss AnaThat's STORK SHOWER
    Mrs. Melvin I Mrs. Hlldrcd l Carter and of our boy and:! wish ;:
    Padgett was children visited Mrs. Edward them a very, very successful''

    honored at a stork Mower Herndon and family of High- season. Good lurk, Tigers! Cole's HEAVY DUTY
    Colo's MARVEL
    Our Business"If 1 last Thursday at the I NEW ELECTRONIC
    land and
    they all attended the MOTHER'S: HAY TEA:
    home of her MACHINE
    sister Mrs. Olen I ADDING
    It's Glass We Have It" Bradford County Fair. There will bs* a. Musical ,
    Baxley of Doctors Inlet. After
    Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pad- Mother's Day Tea on Sunday
    CALL WRITE VISIT refreshments were nerved to
    or gett and sons and Mr. and, at eee iea:
    May 9, 5 p. m. at GreaterAllen :
    FOR ANY LASS: NEEDSHEA'S the 35 guests. the honoree opened i lciZ
    her Mrs. Homer Padgett! and fam- Chapel AMP: Church rtiS 1;re_
    ily attended the fair' in Starke The public Is Invited to attend S IWolaif earo.
    GLASS CO. Friday night. rrtl t ,
    4. Mr. and Mrs. Thomns Cum- Mr, and Mrs Barney Connell niitL f SCOUTS!

    r (NOT INC.) mings of Green Cove Springs I of Jacksonville visited I All Girl! Scouts are) asked to I

    ?:- "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." announce the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Padgett meet Monday at 3. and Friday

    I We Design Modern Store Fronts their daughter Tammle to I and Mr. and Mrs. Howard at 7:30: a. m. All girls inter- '
    James Cecil MORley, of }!
    i Padgett rated in Joining are asked to atj
    Just Mail Us A Pattern For >
    I / Mr, and Mrs. Ruben MORley urday afternoon be present''

    0 Table Tops of Clay Hill on April 22:. In Mrs. Betty Padgett and Tiii'E (riinu OF non)
    'Folkston, da. Mr. MORley |IR r ,,. No TI400
    children of Jacksonville were ,
    1313 N.W. 4th I'l. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 IN I'NITYLook $149.00
    the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
    dinner of her
    guests grand-
    and See What's Doing -- 10 KEY MANUALFor
    Henry MoHley. They are milk- mother, Mrs. Irene Padgett On I The True Church of God I I oil addition subtraction end tilting. Tote' capacity

    recently. In Unity Is holding a District i 1 + 9,997,979.99 both, potlriv( and negative.. Key

    Jimmie England: was home Assembly in Htarke bro Inning, Uif j ALL TRANSISTOR MODEL for Repeal and Nan-add Minus, Subtotal Total,

    / / .4.SA recently from his base with April 29-Mav 2. at. 10:00: a. I OpmrtM banwr."<'.lect,1c l "CA.C) Keyboard Clear (leer Two-tolor ribbon with tub-
    the USAF.Mr. .
    m F.lrlrr S. W. White Hilling. rROnCTEO IT A GENUINE LEATHER: CAST tract Iterm, negatlv total and lub-totali printing

    and Mrs.and Buford children Hlgglnbotham of- nit.. public U Invited to at- bletata In yaw car (am. or fiof?. .*.. Uud far AcfatTen. Record Intel. In red. Box. $"a II"..... -No. 436 $149..SO

    t nd. later rout MM whil f huh" It mind. .'.'
    Shucks !; MiixvHlo visited, Mr. and Mrs. TIII'ltl>4'rOS' EI.FMIIMTARY:: : .- and confcranm. Opcrata

    Elmer Curter Sunday We are pleased to announce e Par sins ..._........ptTa... Your Mcntury. .. .sadly. tits p h on.. Error crai.
    Charles Field IH home from Uitani to ymr dictation.Ihin typM at .k..rwa
    Germany and la visiting his the following Important dates: "p sed. Crystal d_ playback automallcally. Dicta at ham .fla 1

    stepfather and mother, Mr. Wednesday May Activities May 12,Pionram starling tM.r4...,,\0.............110110 Bola" }**VWte your car. Eliminate cotily itana .,

    I r i and Mrs. J. L, Strickland. at 12:30.: .and Id. VeM/ talking. to y.. fjrapM dictation. ".
    I Here we were set to ten you an about the snappy new .w that We Mrs.were lleiiKle sorry Htilrklnnd to learn Bncrnlnuroate Service, Sun- .

    dnv. May 23. at II a m. a..t

    things Rambler has come up with, like the Marlin, our hot 1 fell her last nose Thursday IIn.lever,1\ and broke rlbx. 25.Class 7 p. Nile in Tuesday, May .

    Mrs. imilnn tirlfHi: Is staying
    bucket seats and The public\ Ii Invited to attend '
    and optional reclining
    new with the Strlcklnnda. to help ', "SAFr.TYPt"
    all activities '
    for them. STEEL
    anti-fade disc brakes, and two kinds of floor shifts, manualor Mr. and Mrs. BufciKl Illg- -- Mrs H. c. Price, toucher. This full.. ilio cabin I Is a fine adJitton
    ( 1 "U NIIY1The : 4 .t-
    guibuthant and family of M.ix-: s to any offlc.Duit-proof,heavy gauge l

    automatic, and our big choice of hustling new engines.. yule visited Mr. and Mrs. Having Carnation Club 3ix-lnl 1 and 11..1 protected by strong doors e
    met '
    t'nen'we this flash Louie Carter And family lastSunday I ntaht at the Recreation 1"ur1'rl.IY CrnNr I b equipped with a two-way locking d.> :33 BRAWIft CABINET

    : got newsRambler afternoon. i with Mrs. ire hostewi.! .k* controlled by a paracentric lock. 360 Compartment Capacity. W.H: pay for ,rh.,lf r hsf.guordks
    Hernrlon and
    Mrs. Virginia The club anombUd.72" high. 36"wM'., I>hardware rod, catatoai printed
    was entrtlf Inert 1 w .f Easily "
    Pat Norman of and
    Highland "
    drawer size > 2\
    nfter the meeting by Mrs. aw 18H" deep. Four aclIUlto bl. tWyti.Mi tatter" etc Inside ,
    Mrs Howard and HII-
    I high, l 12" deep. Cobinet situ! 30'1" wide, 3715"hgh
    American 440 tired Carter were In Jacksonville Conner I with n Jewelry" exhibit.A u f Green, OH. Gun Deist Sander ; 12'" deep. Heavy tteeU Mat Green. Olrre
    $2: door '
    last Thursday' visiting: Airs ( prl/e \\'a.'on by Cot Grog_No. 772 $S9.00Addltlo..1 Green. Dart Sand or Cray.No. :3312 $49,9..A .
    Mrs. Shirley Harris of Max All club i .IvNo' 71.SH.f.75 ..'. .toltiwf' each drawer eqv''lppe4with e1i
    vllle who Is a patient In St members" who air 2 edjiHtabl, diitaVi e>.H.a ee

    wins Class B..2555 Vincent's Hospital., participating In the. club pro- 1... ..elxrr' b..t 71-htll"-" .. .....'_." _N.. 3)120 $*f.00
    m.p.g. Mr. and Mm. Stanley Wrightand lix-t to lose weight were Ha.7 .50

    family of Jacksonville vUtIttxl weighed at the meeting. The .AJdtrieeol .N.. 6-$" $335 a.N .

    person loosing th" most!' weight
    Mr. and Mrs. Farley Aus- ECONOMY"
    Beats all other large-engine compacts in Mobil Economy Run tin Sund.iy.RKCIPK. In between meetings will bepresented 4 4 Corrects Improperptt "
    : FOR THE WEKK( : I a prize by the club
    Tomato Aspic 2 envelopes 'I---Mrs! A Jenkins, president." : i '+ .re. All nylon

    ((2 tablespoons) unflavored i! !Mrs n J Drown rex'>ru-r bearing Fingertip,

    gelatin; 4 cups tomato Juice; adluitment.Steel bond

    one-third cup chopped J onions; I rilE RIGHT FOINl .or Ue: back Hipport Seats.

    (lI one-fourth cup rhoppetl celery way you wrl ., Com In and 1615"x141"x21.:

    leaves; 2 tablespoons brown I .Her year favorite ESTER. 1 N..2309 $49.91

    sugar; 1 teaspoon salt: 2 : IWOOK fountain Prn. TILEf : :- V ii 4
    small bay loaves 4 whole URAI'll.CLOSEOUT f lfPNOUTny coleus :
    O..MI. ..- S.._e..1. ,..
    .nl........ juice; '. to 1 cup finely chopped ; t ; f-Lifl..1Sr.y.
    mountains gas I
    Rambler American 440. with three snow-capped -wastlnQ celery, 2 tablespoons chopped 69b
    speed Flash.O.Matic transmission and city traffic high-speed turnpikes. a q7 C
    !green pepper.
    peppy 125-hp Overhead Valve Six has But Rambler's got a lot morethewon

    its class again In the 1965 Mobil lowest.priced*U.S.sedans,wagons and Soften !gelatin In one cup U "
    cold tomato julre. Combine 2 T1te"TYPIST"ETmrnates
    resale value
    Economy Run. convertible high PENCILS
    of the tomato with
    And it won this victory over the rough- proved by Official Used Car Guides. See nips Juice fotfgve. Flo.

    est. toughest longest fastest course how smart end sporty the Economy King the next 0 Ingredients. Simmer Ti"CONFERENCE"Pius ..rll,. adlu( >t.ent. All
    uncovered B minutes Fm T
    ; CRADR: .. Steel!
    the Mobil with be-at Rambler dealer today. For cvlfvw who acid ylei btarlngi.
    people have come up can your strain. Dissolve the "softened ( more top ipaoe.Ueneo.u BKOIUTOI COt on,

    yet. Over 3,200 miles of sizzling desert, American Motors-Dedicated to xceenceBated / gelatin In hot tomato mixture. One- of oldest!' manufacturers : eteifcuej" wOt ceeafortoU1'.ot 8 to 1 10 peo MM 0...... C Mft JremwCele ...... Ss'- band back (epee. One
    pip bow hi color fie
    on minulicturer'' ,tll price*-American 220*eifin end wagon.440 convertibles. Add balance tomato juice and !' in the ple. Heavy c"9 **.... Unoleom covered top. Cray.triNrtoor ItannonIu wkh'Na.pahyd. -

    tully set. Stir in celery and Easiness.: : / andk.y.72"w,34*d.X TOP .."

    Best economy of all cars, all classes, 4th straight year green pepper Pour Into a 3S ..w/r2 letter. be* dr....n $1 I 6.S .e A..U.I>U with eel... r. Beaded V.epholitery.... nbbar1"AOI .
    cup ring mold. Chill firm, & 6c each .... -- "'" crate -. .
    "_1..._.4 ba drwww. 1'6.95 : .:.:: .eoA 16'5"a14Wa21tiNe. .

    Rambler moM to 6 hours on chilled or overnight.platter. Makes (Un- 70c doz. II..4,.., 4"11.<.,..
    6 to 8 servings.
    $4 half gr.

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    Garden Club H. L. Underwood Bradford OfficialsMeeting
    ... ... ..... .... I / By Clay.

    Of The Lakes Interment HeldIn

    KEYSTONE Elects OfficersThe Hope CemeteryHarvey

    Garden Club of the Lee Underwood. 50. Airport Authority
    By Mary K.
    Lakes met at the home of L 4 of Keystone Heights, died In a

    L&AAAAAA AA ..u.. _.. Mrs John Drennan on Lake + t l Starke hospital last Friday

    Geneva last Thursday after afternoon after an extended
    noon. A delicious: dessert was illness Bom May 8. 1905 In
    All County PTA's are We .
    served by the hostess and co- Kodak. Tenn., he was a retired -
    tonight [Thursday) logical
    meeting hostess Mrs. Emily %son and farmer and a member of
    In their respective schools; the of the Scheduled
    Mrs. R, H. Schneberger the Methodist Church. Mr.
    local organization will meet and. as
    Twenty' members were pre Underwood had lived In Uu
    at Keystone School at 8 0'- eral I
    sent. Keystone Heights area for the
    clock. The purpose Is to inform we will i
    Dr. Cecil R. Hook. guest past 13 years' coming there
    of to the
    people ways prevail
    upon their legislators to in speaker discussed the historyof from Knoxvlllc, Tenn. I The Keystone Heights City Council meeting in re- I that Florida Air National

    allocate more money for nights the camellia from ancient Surviving are his widow Mrs. Farnsworth I: ceased session Tuesday night) approved participation ,I Guard moves Ita installation

    times as. a native plant of Sallie Hayes Underwood two from Imt'Aon Airport
    schools.: Whether or not you : of its! membership in a meeting set for Friday night

    have a child in school or vance China up to the present. eons Alfred H. and James W. Funeral Services I to plan the formation of an Airport Authority to --Appro jj puichtsd of an

    ' whether or not you are a go Much valuable Informationwas Underwood all of Keystone: Held manure( the Keystone! Airport. electric typswittr for $290.
    given to its culture.A e two sisters, Mrs J. Saturday ..
    ( as E Catlett -Inquired as to whether
    member of the PTA this bulletin ,ib riI I The dinner meeting will beheld
    . business! meeting followed I t of St. Petersburg and Mrs. I of all materials at the Airport roadside shins within the city
    meeting is for you. Good call us Miss Mattie Lee Farnsworth
    at 7 p. m. In the Garden
    schools help everyone In the you with election of officers. un- Roy H. Huffaker of Bald SO. of Melrose died Thursday. Restaurant and advertise for bids on all limits are ri-nulred, to IMet

    dial animously elected were: Pres Knob. Ark.; and five grand I surplus items, bids to tift open. State Road Department regu
    community. Apr. :33, In a Starke nursing Council Chairman Rill Beam '
    LIBRARY OPEN HOUSE MAY ident. Mrs. Ira T. Raye: tat children. ed at the regular meeting in lations.
    home after an extended ill- said that the City Councils
    vice president Mrs. C. U Funeral services were held! June. I
    From 4 UU 7:30: this afternoon ness. Born In Greenville' and Mayors of atorke sal
    Stripling: 2nd vice president, at 2:30: p. m. Sunday In Jones I
    and evening, the Keystone the E. W. Memorial Tenn. on Sept. 8, 1878 she Green Cove! Springs; the fVirmsily accepted' the resignation
    Mrs Dwyer; secretary, Chapter with Rev
    Branch of the member of the Methodist of Chester Moody.
    Clay City N. was a County Corn 1lM1onora of KEYSTONE
    Mrs. R. Sunderland. treasurer Merle Packham officiating. .
    County Library will hold open noon. : Mrs. John J. Brennan ,ri Interment was in Hope Cemetery Church and had lived in Bradford and Clay Counties, city supervisorDeclined ,
    at the building If i :Melrose for the 14 and : the resignation
    house Library past years their attorney had been I
    The First Annual
    Luncheon, at Theressa with DeWitt Drive-in Theatre
    in the City Park. This Is a pretty coming there from Akron, Invited to attend the meeting. of Dram as council chairman
    with Installation
    of .
    officerswill C. Jones Funeral Home in

    sort of first anniversary party you. It be held May 28 st the OUR MAN --I charge of arr.nlrf'menta.I Ohio. Also attending will bo Rrp. A. Road-Voted Deportment to ask for the IruiUlla.State FrI., Sat Apr. :10. May I

    for the new building/ for it nation : Thomas Hotel In Gainesville Among her survivors are two J. Thomas Jr. of Bradford

    was just a year ago that the 2Sc for Members are urged to make At Breezy Point I Witt Active Hersey pallbearers Harold were De- nieces Mrs. O. Raymond County and Rep Louis Huntley tlon of curb and gutter at the
    Crawford beach
    Library moved Into the new der the : Starnes of Keystone Heights of Clay
    The public of their reservations for themselves R. M. Hersey, Jr., Barney and Deem said the will Heard a report by Councilman CircusV\ orld
    quarters. I and fiesta promptly Billy Mullls Is the latest Mrs John Clark of Mel- group

    course. Is Invited. I Club with. Mrs. Brennan. phone newsboy to be added to our Clyde Brlnson Harry Loper, and rose. dlncaw the Sur *oU-Mivnrt- : Roy Watkins on correspondence

    Friends of the Library met olds. 473-4801. stair in an effort< to bring Hersey I Funeral services were' held tee: County.Airport Authority advising the

    Monday night at the library .\ The Telegraph to residents at 11 a. m. Saturday In Jones which is a Joint operation and Florida" National Guard of aj John Wayne, Itita IIlty-

    I to make plan for the coming of outlying areas on Thursday today! H* was burn her. in Memorial Chapel with Rev. would likely be used as a vallablllty of facilities st the

    I year. Here Gay the Livingston 9-hole as runnerup.In afternoon. Billy's territory Bradford County and has spenta Paul Watts. pastor of the model. If an auhorlty is ear I Keystone Airport In the event worth, Claudia ('a rd male
    NO CONFLICT local : group I. Bimy. Point on take good portion of his life !In Melrone Methodist Church officiating. tablhihM hereIn ,
    Al Watson captured the win- '
    Fortunately although the abeorb Geneva near the Intersection It. Congratulations also to our other action Tuesday,-
    title. "Club Championship -
    ,two above-mentioned meetings of highways SI and Bradford County Telegraph- night the Council authorized<
    with Mrs Jan Bstts
    are on the same evening home I 214. He will be glad to deliver they are. also eighty-rive years the sinning of the final elrwe-

    there Is no time conflict, College runner-up. The Telegraph to anyone old this year. Hope both of r.n..nm.ver.n..v.MELROSE out of Hurricane Dora damage You May Not Own Crown Jewels

    Everyone will have plenty of course ( Consolation winner was Mrs. In this area each you are still around so w* In the amount of 14,603 83.

    time to attend the open house, ciation Marshall Gallop, with Mr.. Thursday, If ..contacted. can help you celvbrat, 100 The City has already. receivedan

    and then eat and go on to the Price"I! Unclad Walker runnerup.On his home.INDIAN. years. advance payment of 13- But.
    April 22. 17 of the Key- ,)Ir. and Mrs. T. 1. Norwoodhav .
    special PTA meeting Usually, mester' By Mrs. Grant RolhhamnterMELK08E 700 from the Office of Emergency
    stone ladles went to Gainesville had welcome
    with eo much going on in I on yvyyyvvvyyvvvvvvvyyy. company Planning and will\ receive
    for day of golf Eleven] recently. Their DO have
    Keystone anything important a son Larry, AAAAAAaAAAAAAIAAAAAAAa the balance of approximately l you
    clubs In this area were invited flew home from Washington
    happens on the same eveningas April ( ) BEACH : 1)U1'LI'ATEBltllGE 1000, vending a final much
    with 88 players taking I U. C. where h* works with the jewelry
    something else Important.We This Is audit. The original estimateof I :
    Winners from Keystonewere U.8. government and spent
    do know that the Com- any : Winners at Melrose Duplicate hurricane damage was $7- too precious
    the weekend with them. Also,
    : (Lake Santa Fe)
    munity Church Choir practices not take !
    Urldiis Club for but week I
    3rd flight -Mrs. A. L. Dan- their daughter( Alma Eddy 400.Col. tit risk.. KH 1..14or .
    each Thursday! night sides. Is. Mrs. Jack F. Miller Sr. and her live children have been Include the following: Mrs. !. Itayden of Civil Defense ..l '

    too. Every now and then be the : Mary Cook and Mrs. II. C headquarters in Jacksonville '
    4th flight second place down from Jacksonville. Theywere ) ; theft It will
    someone' calls to find out if should a AAAAWAAA AA A4,4 A 4 :
    Mrs. J. D. Henderson. Joined by their son-in- &'lIur, first place; Mrs. Roland attended Tumtday nluht'i :

    we know of an "open" night anyone's I 4th night, third place. Mrs.E Talk about happy but w* law K. C., later in the week Bryan and Mrs. Paul meeting and amid "We (found he SAPK: In a

    because! of this or that organ- don't F. Aiken. were Sunday! With such a end. Granddaddy Tom Alms Johnson. second pluce: Mrs nothing wrong with the application

    credit 7th flIght second place. poor beginning for last wk, and her oldest son went strawberry II. W. Decker and Miss Iva for hurricane damageIn t $ s late deposit!
    FKEB U. S. GOVERNMENT college: Mrs. E. A. Rushton. w. sure ended up wlnn.ralW I picking while Grand. Hlllyer, and Mrs. GooOloe and Keystone IIMuhts or the I' tsar: here.

    BOOK ON HEARING AIDS the 8th flight, third place Mrs. had our "adoptod"! daughter mother Lillian baby sat. Mr. Mrs. E. B. Goes tkoool:l for third processing< work" There has

    and get and grandchildhome place been criticism from some real-
    "Hearing lAMS Hop Thru C B. Oarber. son Norwood r.porta that after

    lle earch" of 10th night third place Mrs. with us. Honny Agnes, working th. two weeks prlur The Junior OA held an dents of Keystone Heights Heat place for your MOS I' Y In, of course

    Writ. or Call modem A. R. Mangels. and Tracy Cuav cam up to Easter in Purchgott'a: in Castor egg hunt at Ellam who charged: that the hurricane

    GaineavilleHearing Picasso Sunda,'. Ladles' Choice Just fur the day from Mul. Da"tOllah, aha bas had Baptist Church hat Wedn.da ..- damage claim was. not In a mtvlnica! account' In thin blink, where

    berry. Moot of yon will remember some catching up to do. 8h About 35 girls attended Justified
    Two-Ball Tournament was It will not only he "100' ()%:. iuifr. 'hut will
    : Aid Co. Th rain. A delicious Agnes as our beloved plans to leave Tuesday for a The Altar Society met at Col. Ifayden snlil that orIginal -
    630 N. Main Gainesvillerraooes Heights called off covered-dish to supper "Hootch" Smith from N lehu).. short visit. to Ornvond Bach the St. William's Church hut nttlmatm. mlirht bo over 'U\V() fastKEYSTONE

    iation She hu been such a wonder.ful with her her gout friend, Mrs. Monday. or under the actual damage" .

    golf th served in the clubhouseat frl.nd.nd h.lper during Margaret P. Jonas When. she PLRHONALM: sustained, and that the final I

    through 7 p. m. The tournamentwas T. C.'. polio troubles. Sonny'slater. returns the latter part of the Mr, and Mrs. Gene &>a16Y figure I Is determined bv later
    Sunday.May ,
    match: postponed until ... Miss Lora Cuav of week she will speed her preparations pent the weekend at Daytona inspections\ Civil Defense.

    MURRHEEInsurance Club 2.NE1t'8. Lakeland rarne along to B.o up to get ready forth Boach.: nerved as the coordinating,. STATE BANK
    FROM: ST. this of Florida She has Nassau she and
    April 23. and trip to mil and Tommy liwnhower agency between the city and
    In WILLIAM'S com to Plorkia from MlstsIppl Mr. Nurwood plan to make the Office of Emergency

    Agency Arthur ] On Sunday. May g. all of to Hv.. W. barboeuod the second week of May.", of weekend High Bprtniis with their spent grandparents the Planning :Member .F.D.I.C. Key.lone Mt-IuhlM( 1 1.1...

    General Insurance the ladies of the parish arc chickens: and just enjoyed ...- The sUoAuthorised
    winner's Installation Carr W* are sorry to report that Mr. and Mrs. William Council : "Your Friendly Hank In Your Friendly. .
    invited to toglh I should nut be
    tug ,
    Charlie" BlrandbergIs Councilman
    FiR-. CA!' rI.TT M* ionship. William'sChurch "Unri Iscnhower Also visiting them Coni
    RINK ACTO BONW kas as monies at St. abl to say much. this w.ek aWl In. lira-lford County were Mr. and Mrs. Randy! Dill Warren Airport Commissioner RtunUy."

    Keystone lIe Jau. 479-47M at J p. m. New' officers bocau, my ]aws are still Hospital. lie is better but hock! and Btovle of Hlnh to make an Inventory
    I Societies. of son
    Mrs. of the Altar sor. You see. w* had special the doctor: has not commlted: who spent Sunday I\
    St. Edward'a InStark. ..
    St. William's. gti ts on Thursday also Mr himself as to when he can
    Mrs. E. O. Braver -
    and Mr. and
    I .. and St. Mary' 'In and Mrs. !was Ramlers and home. His daughter.,
    com of On. who spentMonday
    Macclenny, will be Installed at Cheryl of Uaknvsvtll spent Sreven.
    Frigidaire Maytag Mrs. Sam Duller. Dottle and" I
    this ceremony I the day with us. What 4s so Charles Henry were here from KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE
    Mr.. and Mrs. B E. Kellejr.Sr
    Father William Cory pastorof unique about this ls that VIand Ormoml Ik-ach Sunday to ,

    Motorola Seigler Blessed Trinity Pariah In I wr glrlhuwl friends' check: on him. and Mr and Mrs. Junior'

    Ocala. will be guest' speaker,. back In high school and w* Jeanne and Harold Johnson Kelley and! .cUuahU-r. Cindy.: i,

    Fedder.YEOMAN'S A tea will be held In the I both married 17 years ago of OainenvUle were out over | and HAm Kelley/ spent Sundayat BUSINESS DIRECTORY

    Recreation Hall, following t tt1f' and this was our Arst rUlt. the weekend to work a while| BU Oun Territory They

    ceremony: In the church. In all this IIm! Talk about on their property This couple met Mrs. Kelleys sister Mrs '

    Sales has been sore our husbands, sur Dorothy Laral and her eight
    Sunday, May 2. I cleans so when they get |
    I : yards
    IlrsnfordMUs ANTlqlJl'R( : ;;,.Airn' ( HKKVH'KTERRELL'S: : 'lIlU 4IItV'O.C.Carnes:
    rest of
    shouM hays children
    designated by Pop Paul as a ly gotten a her, that tile reel of usI II l ,

    MELROSE I'll. World Day of Prayer for I lIce t"W." enjoyed flan- neighbors' ( are ashamed of our. Trudge rae MorrU ,

    vocations to the religious life ing visiting' swimming and I I ..Iy... 1 and nor parents Mr and Mrs. I The Martin's Place NurseryIllway

    Father' Kelly asks that families a 0h fry Pat Noteworthy stopped in Howard Morris and children Illway 31 between. Mulros I DIN). Florohom U:

    "Quality and In the parish make aiContlneed 'I Mrs. Rmvstln Klawnarttor Sunday morning to tell u* spent Sunday. with Mr. and and KevuloneANTIQUES Gulf Service Allies, 8K: of mark

    !I on Next Page: ) reports ah* talked with her that he had a talk' with our Mrs Clark Martin and lIOn, NK\V: rnri< :" TUCK Nursery, Stm-k Thcii

    1 son Dill fmc, by phon Bun- I Chuik, In Intend.Mrs. From II o) tip All MimesLuhrbatl.dn .
    sheriff concerning<< some pro1tettlon I "Mr.U t"'ltNnlIU: and* of I'l/vrta it Fruit
    Hitrt\r\ lrre..
    day night. lie I Ie in college In for our neck of there.]] Jordon Pool and ntnr KKI.I:: THADK: 7AM. Trove to choose tfrtm MtrnTre .
    OPEN 7 30 P MKeMlnna
    Washington 1 U C. and hopes woods. It seems w* need a daughter Judy, of Canada Tru wnrth wit h""nd.. the i 47.VII79 ahasle *., Evergreen.M : .

    AUTO to get through finals and return volunteer to step forth so he, left rr Ida, for horn after Test nf Time.hsat ." IMght IA"I ale[> I'lnrvt.i All In

    C & C MOTORS horn by the middle ofJun. ran be bonded and deputized VlalUn- hoc parent Mr. and C Mirwtay rontalners plant. any.

    Super market .. Jan I a. Juat about to call Then we neighbor can make Mrs I* W "Ntefus PHONKWI.IANC'KS': tT"-2U\" !\ HENDERSON'SService I tlm.. fi m iin: A ""41.,,,.

    I br loot wall also. -- at .Wast some financial arrangements, Mr and Mr Prank Shelton. I/.t IM do tour. llan..... aplnif.

    by the end of school: they ,,"... Center lh 5Al|..'\ III1 !\Iltrhl. and,
    On 100 with Mid person. This Job;, of Columbus, Ohio were recent
    Iliwgr :
    Located In Heights
    Downtown Keystone She has had quit a tUne with would Involve checking. houses guests of Den, and Mrs Phillip" \ nil PrmlnotaHO ,

    that foot. orcseionally hoping to Kromer til MKVICN: ''Uf.' fST.\TI': :
    T V Service Center
    Dick and Frances Milliard! Johnson O'ltbt..rJ
    North Central Florida's Only Auto SupermarketLate thwart th* many thefts we; Mr. and Mrs Ritz itoenskit -
    went to Qultnian. Ga. last Friday I J. It. Tllir.4.. Proprtelur. Dale t H.fvlrerivhlng tell'U: Centrally l.n-"l.
    have been having lately, The Mr.
    children and
    and ... alt l 9 .lilt, K Pit.mrlooml .
    and spent the weekend .Authorized Mutrwnla "I'hllco I Tackle IhrntingF.quitnn.ntlbist.snare ( path ,
    Gill of Jacksonville.wtr
    Jimmy Irma Wllks arid children of
    with Francs mother, )lr.. T I Males! and" M.rvlreMerk. | | IH.r.-hl| | rrnlrul'
    Model First Class All Current Year A. Bwemt. Frances brought by and they any they/ New Hmyrna Beach spent the fin All M the* "'sr..,< on' Kr.fwwrxn\ : heat sir condU::onlng,

    keep missing more and more weekend with their parenU rntertectton. 3I-IOO large hit,
    home with her an old trunk TV It mo lly corner near
    I Items than were originally| Mr and Mrs, J,, V Blade and mum TV Keyet.m I Ieig M. 473IIKXTIlKAIfTV l>li.'rgr''uiiil a n d Town
    Used Cars & Trucks Makes & Models that her family used many
    missed So determlfwd ,
    She w* ate more family Work rjtMr, nt.e.l TV 'tent.l.K..tnfta ls.arli..
    years for traveling. hopes than ever that we ; 47S.481..
    of llelftil
    Mont I lAM Than 100 Mil** to organise her sewing In this f, need a deputy art our midst Mrs. Atha Chlldrms !( : HHOP S.E.McKay RealtorKFTT
    . FOR EXAMPLE bandy gadget wUh .U its : Orsysvlll Tenn and Mrs. It ,
    Interested? Please call
    Anyone I.. JoI..tJ"nald of Vsldosts.: O&
    k shelves and tray Donm't tlua Mr. Noteworthy or our houMIf Air Conditioners : < Tf '65 Olds '65 round like a line Ides I Lick | are gurtts of Mr and Mrs I SUPERIORBuTee I'him./ 1734414IK.MT. : ..
    Chevys 10% x\Kove Coxt,
    has other memories about Omar A Huff and family !
    k Dealers' trunks, however II* worked I Char lee and) Cynthia S. hmitt MfcM.. Virgin! Ford Ml Friday (Installation|] ..lrtVMtwr > Salon

    '65 Fords Bring Other around a train station when and Barbara were ot Baler- I fur th. World's Pair with ..J....r.
    be was a young boy. Couldthis I, day afternoon (at. for Barbara : Ih* University. of Florida Clime Retrlgsrstor.- IHvxinlI'rlrM AM. roHtii. or nr.i: 'rr

    '64 Volkswagen Sedan "Last Price" To Us be where his present back: to enjoy a swim. W* enjoyed j js I, t nn Nest lr.. Ulth MantaWHEELER'S. 11 LTI'IthTinting Beidler's Holiday
    talk with
    Beat It troubles stem from? the details themlistening ot the Dyeing' HtearhltigCutting I Restaurant
    And We'll to lovely
    63 VW Deluxe Bus Th* Grtffla family are proud neat week anti then let It { Naturally Curly HeirOp.n
    ! I wedding .f their middle daughter Discount Store ''nne ro.t MoenarejV, Priced
    , "" ,.. ." this week. Their heroine a hofxt'I I | 0 am. Tw 9 pin. fl. IMF
    Ask The Folks & Mary. The Hr-hmltts. are n-t..... DietsA K.y.tene OPKM: T |fAYS WF.r.KLY'
    -Just After :9 iy
    64 them Appointment Only
    Ford & Chevrolet dug. Dolly, presented I II I I
    planning to be our neighbor' FIR 41111'f, MUtlr. Citrus Ave. Rear Ox> Full Dinner Lunches _
    As of this I p
    with 11 peppws a little bit more this summer ,\\1.. f'urt_Ilitllnn. 1'a.l.ICe'K .
    Pick-up Trucks Who Tried Us! writing, she has nine left and I -we !hop*. ARE TERMITES \trro rnI'lUGoetzman: i Keystone)' Height( UJ..I'3/) :

    they ar* requiring hand fa4Log. I In closing- p......, would ,- I 1 Block M..rth ."f Rat Light

    Anyone interested in having you' folks give some thought DESTROYING Bro Furniture A \ppllalu'. KEY: {Tf):\*K HKtOIITS:
    11&111', Zany Other Models one of of same, can contact
    to nee .t
    the Griffins. The pups' a community fry GaraR'eRfI'.un ( NEW AND VHKD:
    : which time we could dlsnis YOUR HOME? : r.\rts
    t full blooded Furniture A Appliance \\tTs.n
    53s to 65. Full Factory Warranty background the forming of an Indian : WORK ItOL'C.'lir & HOLD

    R4bono' '' and Walker They Beach .."tJanMreb,. FREE MOTOR HOOT PAfNTtNOAb : Hanks Used Cars

    should mak a fin bunting we could gale som recognition j.o PORTARiE WT.I..J'I() KEYSTONEHoule

    combination dog with a fairamoant for roa4 projects: police ISS( F.CTIOlta.J.J Lawai' and 3-T Shop
    If We Haven't Got It We'll Get It! .
    of training.Let
    prot< and Ifwy .Tl Korvono Height flu," Sell Trade
    tw au get Umrther and problems that orevr ia> ,

    wun our neighbor, Z. O. Lyna. this oletrtet from Urn to UW"d -. ... Nat' tot. Drtvo-ln' Theatre S Blork North of Light Illway 101. 8 ml. South
    a great big kk* your Ideas on sucha ,
    5.19: r. Call MI-IMS:
    Hltf A. ..!(. 473-313 Kr.TllTotlll Itr.unm Phone 4734233BRADFORD
    I li* U S3 years young I formation. Think soul

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    (3) Compute ,iflatfltepnfl,.
    ,, wmrrantyfnverlnic
    helped bear the load. r i Is the former Mary Lou NelI 18 has been cancelled. Fish .I""..It'eel.' However. itiCUer mar signed I tn operate an a complete. d I ) A "."oniplete-y."r, parts and manual. and l par,. list {or the. i

    I Yes) Jesus died on the croas son Mr Haitman) Is City Fry May 29. from 5:30: until Ira nu limit' optional unit trine aqulptn' tut"nt any or ..
    rfrS Christ Is for our SIns Editor for two Wilmington I 7 p. m. In the Masonic Hall at <-.. .. that h" tail morluim e rv 10... It. stall he ilrllv.'ted, thut"t.. ''it..ervi. deliverya ;! r.9reI'flt4ti't. "; Stark Florida
    And was carried to a cave 1, newspapers miming and $1 per pUt, The Estrelllta <*, .f<""i'ntlon. completely. .. aan_'?bJ. A delivery' to Instructor liy Merrill JJilwarde.
    I .
    (C) SHOW oa.h rtlnrount. It and ready: tu pile In mvr\ ai oprallun Merrill jcdealds"' Ctty Clerk
    that some call a den. j evening. Club will hold a fried chicken any In HPUC provided.I !. Ic*. Tli,. iiiiipller. of this eiUip- explain. comiilel" .t.1i,3'; ., !II'
    r4 The Answer But Janus aroae again oil the' Mrs. Roy Tyre was hostessat dinner on May 8 for benefitof i I SJ Itlililrr wurront by virtue, tOaSt, ..aMeu..4L1o..pztvld.. 1,1 th* uulu I
    of >">'<.liinv. ) thnf I th,> ''ri'I .'* I
    third: day. a mii-prise birthday. .: party' the building. fund. nuuto.1 In his propcioul will b.. -

    By And that Is how our sins were | for her husband last Saturday. A.tRP'CHAPTER. firm for m. parted ot iilxty ((5'JfiaSa

    Rev. Charles Ilaney paid 1, Guests Included Mr. and Keystone Height:. Coiunun- bag! unlesS trum tee of _but I....'.up....n. :" t.. iii.) .. .

    !t Yes) little !Michael Lee I Mi's. Everett Fox Mr. and ity AARP Chapter members I (9)> The CUy OAHIIU.11! '..prvi*> T ;t; .' !'

    Pastor First! Baptist Church learned some twenty seven Mrs. Pat Bradley Mrs. Paul enjoyed their monthly 'Game 'h" right iiwaiva tu. r'Jwt Infurirmllttitii any tir. 'nndla .J. ,. '.:' :'t.11TH .,;..'\ '

    ji: months ago what millions' Tyre and son. sal. Mr. and ,! and Fun Day at St. Anne'sEpiscopal I bids Bvoipt any bid they ,nAY .

    t I.awtey, need to learn today. and that' Mrs. Bcmt Halverson of I pariah house on d.<.in' to 100 to the bviit interest! I

    .-- -- Is. that CHRIST IS THE AN I Gainesville. Thursday, Apr. 22. Birthdays I of 10'the City All bid or*MtarUn.moat. be H...n.'0

    SWEItIKEYSTONE I Everyone in the Keystonearea of the month were recognized In Ink by... officer, of: the '
    are failing to reach the I ENTS IN TILE LORD."] Only \ Is happy to know that :'I with a flower and candle bedecked nntiii>,,nvllt ,

    >lh ot our nation for, born again parents In the will! Gloria! I IMu. Rlchardl Mur- I birthday cake, the t li(*I I KUIilfi'Falliir, to "on","I the>h' part with uUof ".r'fl.

    1st yet the Bible c-Om-I of God can: instruct their children i iI rhee Is once again at home I work of entertainment chaIrman the above !10..u"Uon.. may

    nd. 1 'CHILDREN In the LORD. The child I' after many weeks and several < Mrs. Axel Malmgrefl.I I r.*on nH Itld'lor'In bid.. shall rju<*.t1on.IncluJ* with

    .UR rAiiENTs!: IN THE)' of today will be our leaders I HIGHLIGHTSFrom operations In the hospital.. I Hostesses on this occasionwere 1 lila I propuMdl. complete, I Ilt4raiur'coYerlnff

    )RI)' FOR TIllS IS' tornort' w. Our nation is deteriorating ; Mrs. Agnes Lawrence Is\ Mrs.: Ruby Reed and :Mrs. tI.e peulflvatloni.. of
    auri All 1 I I ltnii '
    Hi vtniiplvt* uiiiti
    : I j I -
    I GHT. HONOR THY PATH- ( morally and Spiritually I convalescing at the home of Lynn Schroeder. 1 i he prnpoMVB to UYnJNb shall be ,. ,'

    -. AND THY MOTHER' parents have' ( Preceding Page) I friends at Park-of-the-Palms Directing are extended to I, r-ioarly' /inurked., ,, "1'

    tUCH IS TIlE FIRSTMMANDMENT disobeyed the command of after her Illness and hospltalIzutlon new members Mrs. Bea I Einoryl 1 'J 111 It I I. the Int-nt or thlfppf '. ,,: ,
    special effort to receive Holy lrti-a-tlon. to rnvnr mlnluinni
    ''I : WITH God concerning the training and William "
    :, ] Cooper, ronulK-im-n'ti. Ilowv' .nyllnm -ei ;
    'OMISE": Eph 6.1 2. of the child In the LORD. Communion together for this Students from Keystone I Schroeder. ( nut .ve.,1, by Ihia .p.eli M' ;

    failing In this I Immnnd. Statistics. Intention. on May 2. their I 'The next chapter n.estlrm ricHtlcin, but required tor In' A
    \ui-nts: arc show 386,000 marriages William's! Heights! Who received K'niliiii f rvU-e. of tIle, e,,ni'P'nifnt '
    for note that GOD I go on the rocks annually Members of St. > Associate In Arts degrees from will be held on May 13 In the kliall li.. Inoluilad In Kid- -

    ,ul. ["OBEY YOUR PAR- 48 per cent of these are invited to the smorgasbord St. Johns River Junior College -I Community Church educa- ...r'* p.o/l."t./ '
    l'OCJP'I"'o\Tl'-' 4
    I broken homes the result of the ; sponsored by St. I last Friday were Sandra tional bu.U. 1ng. This will be a VOlt I '

    Indulgence/ of alcohol. Drunken ward's Altar Society In therecreation K. Uobert. Robert Stanley covered dish luncheon at 1 SDt'P'I'JlJ\l.. TKQtllPI'KD r'TOI\ t t ,r' bc',
    I '
    I '
    haU In SUu-ke on WITH A KHONTi ; 'iiI
    iVILLIAMSJEWELRY! drivers take a toll of 8.000 22 from 11 1 a. m. till I I Red ream, and William W.- ,,t 13:30.: i KXU:;; .....IAI'J n AND HA'KLI4)K"rh. : I ( ; ?
    May !
    lives each year J. Edgar I I King Jr. ; tractor shall be an In*
    p. m. and from I 5) till 7 p. m. I toyman's tfuatrlal rated. tractor. wit?' minimum
    Hoover I "Out of the 1- : Sunday Apr. 23. was L. ij '
    says. I Annie Lee DunwoodyI 4tt
    Donation for adults will bJ.! Mrs. r.(ulr.n> ut d"crlb& drnVlovra as 'I '
    iOO.OOO:) crimes! committed annually I who was acrtously injured onApril 'I[ Sunday In the church : I S ic
    65 per cent are attributed $1.25; for children. VSc. I' struck by I As Dr. and .?%trs. A. C. Holt 1 KM11.VE: : '
    20 when a .. -, Wh *
    Diwl '
    to the traffic, Parents of children in Catechism -1 are attending General I Assembly 5tie( .
    1 backing car, U a patient I Horsepower -. 4 ?-
    Over A decade ago there were Classes; must renumber I I Room 500 at the Medical I\ In MontTeat, N. C.. mornIng T*'ini>nt I"* ruble lorhw.Vuinher : % '
    cateses have not yet conducted by at
    19,000.000, users of alcohol liiAmerica I that Center in Gainesville. Mrsj I services were! ; fitandard -1- \ : 5I
    ; ; : ,
    this number has In.' disbanded l for the summerbut ,,II James MoEarchen. diaries V
    j Dunwoody Is a charter member 1O.e..1r.'I\ >
    'SCHOOL;; ( JKVKIRVDIAMONDS: rra.sed at the rate of 2000.' will continue till 1 the close), of the Keystone AARI I Titus, and Gerald Culberson. ., : ;I. TANK CAfAClTY: II I 1'4' : j*'
    I I ...
    ) ; 100 each year. When we add of school. Please follow the 1 Chapter. The two brokn. guest preacher- .Next Sunday. j:'iiT"; AXLE: CAPACITT: 5.ui ;

    I. D. BRACELETS I !n this one million dying In- regular religious Instructions bones in her right wrist! will Dr. U. S. Gordon pastor of : ( ,"> poundsVront7&O
    'arable alcoholics! and learn bchedule. the First Presbyterian Church TIIIV'S: '
    and she also
    have to be z 1* S pIT'
    CHARMS: ETC. ''iftt t every third teen-ager is 'The Miraculous Medal No underwent surgery !for' the pin of Gainesville will be guest ,' nmr*.-H." a 84 II ply'

    I ''rlnklni. anj that every third vena and Bent'dlctI01ert Betting of a blp fracture. preacher. "'M'TCH.: Foot tperut.d. l lBKAKIiB
    : InillvlUuul foot Of|
    Slarke. Fla. IsohoHs! i h a woman. rive continuing each Monday even-I The Keystone Lions Glut The general meeting of nratdMTKItU'1

    barmaid'! for every female college Ing at. St. William's at will give\ away that cute little Church Women will be held at' : < : Powerft4cK7tti' .. I
    l b. d .llIn..d
    student In America. 175- In the event you miss one 1. 7:30: p. m. Monday May 3. In : hail _
    blue VW on Saturday. May! and. rated. lo illn tu a 'doplh (Of
    000 ta THIS America evening may attend I 'the educational buUdlng. The .
    STARKEBUSINESS mor Monday you at Belote's Drugs at 2 p. m. 1.1' feet
    than nil the churches com the same service on I Bo sure to be on hand for I Trwtees will me-t at the I Swing, .Arc: Uninterrupted itS _

    bined. IncHidns all the cult- Wednesday evening, In Starke, same time! and place. I ilcicrca.M operated.. I II
    I the fun. You might be the one<. ..ln& Ionlr.;: ': Font
    li.ts, and Jewish synagogues at St. Edward's at 7 o'clock.I todrive It home I ICongnwman Family Night Dinner. Wednesday HtablllxtrIn4iu. : .",iid.ntly controlled '
    we get somo vision. of what A number of parishoners and I Matthew ,'May 6. at 6:80: with'a' itiaollurr. Pad:: iltaiidard. with 1 _

    America will be like twenty visitors mentioned to us that' Speaks At Dinner special program. The wenlnj: pivot nctlon.Hnikff $ ., _
    DIRECTORY years from this date. Th there Is something definitely theme will be "Western : IttHiiiliird, 11-Inch wide.
    _. world needs not legislation missing In the recent services One hundred attended member the Ladies: Roundup": and It Is !IIli t-1 d."hlnj prynhit' Cnpu-'llv,<>.P.. 18.nnfl pouniUBNTi '

    "I I TO REPAIRS rather It needs 'SALVATION namely, a choir. Most people (guests, the ed that thou interested In entering 'ft: >'l/T/ t IAII)1CT1iloeket > : : S
    Night dinner given by < .. tilth Forget'm
    CHRIST' and with accomplished the spirit of the occasion !
    --- TimOUOH may like to sing n Community Church Men'i I Stein the, full tread ......Lh oftli I
    Earl's Garage God save the youth of our organist in our 19. wear your western clothes.! !I .. trimor' wlic<'l'. with a minimum .

    AM KINM OFAUTO land but this will 'come to midst! It seems ridiculous not Outside Club on guests Monday. were invited Apr to I I tt will also be Choir Appreciation .1'npiwlty ilrarant of, It full cublo lvulnht. tiftJMimn : .There's just no mmU-h for a flnmelewi! etotrlc 'wtil.r- Va'E'r ."for the IPTift'!

    only when parents give to have congregational sing- Night, ,,1t.1ths choir as 'autAmatlc. It's fast." lf 'w .
    REPAIR WORKAll pass hear Congressman Billy 'Mat'I' I I I r..'t. 4 lni>hUKtfliitf ". end. -preci Wt peare- f-mind It provide. It'a' .
    themselves completely to CKxthrough ing. Please call: us and tell us honored guests. depth (crl..U. : tin- 1 because Ther.4\ no constant. h..t-wa tmgflmn.
    Work GUAranteed thews report on recent legtslation .:iliiii'' .. it: oui be tucked away out of sight !
    Phone 019-2064 Christ. At this point \what you think. 473-4137. In Congress on th; I 1 he trafitor. .hIt 6e fnrrlntK-il' ; to keep looking after.-And it provide all th. hot water you'llever need '
    I would like to mention little PERSONALS
    I oil
    Ho. of aging. Mrs. ElmcHowe's with, full flow (rennwalil*) "wait? Get>t one.
    Walnut. Stark. boy only eleven years of age, Easter" weekend gurats of problems MELROSE I II filter, fuel "y..,iei,,, filter, f.intr fur ever, need, with no waiting So why
    morning circle members t 12- '
    AITO little :Michael Lee who accepted Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slmeral on I nd-han ... ...
    SERVICE prepared and served i a I p volt electrical. system.. all n r '
    Christ as his Saviour under -Lake Brooklyn were Mr. aniMrs. I ant,. bracHeta r*"""lr..<1 for Inmallatlou '
    Gilbert our ministry some twenty Robert McClintock and delicious dinner. I I, of: front rnd luad. .rand Set your' opplianre denier '
    S. Brown 1 Preceding the dinner Dr. A. (from Preceding Pas>)> hai'H-hno Hour yo4er, fulKauaa. .
    f't'UJdatd oil Sonic. Ntalloi seven months ago at Hell- daughter of Orlando; Mr. and A.: Bralnerd, club president i ell f>r..nMkr. aaaictf.. 1vtn-, <}r plumbing contractor.
    bronn Baptist Church. MikeIs Mrs. Pemelly Wilson! of Detroit Club. 1 peralnre n sue, ", >.t.,. paampere \
    .\TI.STIRF.'I introduced the'men's singing(' ,, uoThiIpt*' .
    ; hour buttery. i '
    a sixth grad student In : Mrs. Frances Mui'ellland Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Samson ., and .tiretruH'd.xarni'il
    which rendered! several i hydraulic v fm t
    !' &. Ii.TTPR1P: :" Lawtey school this past Fattier her son-in-law! Leo King, 1 group and children. spent the weekend I and rated. to .|nrat" '

    :Budget Terms --nood Serrlce Mikes teacher offered a also of Detroit; and on Sunday old time numbersaccompati! -,I with Mr.' and Mrs. Roy L all .,1ipViieflt, i.p..tflod at their, cz
    I' led at the piano by RnlplI I I' 'Intetid"i l rapuclrlen.. mitfTltir.t I .
    j j1 jI
    Phone 96--ro71 prize to the student who afternoon Robert Mc'I I Copriand. II I Sanuon. t two l.dIlrhts, and TSar .fU xl fLoil'fD'A POWER fc LIGHT COMPANY HELPS Bl/lLO/ fL'Otl'1 0Streit's
    401_ __ fIIrlle, would write the most appropriate Clintock Jr., and his fraternity Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Boynton I and tall Uarhti. : (
    V.HURST'S Easter Mike Edmond- I i William Beam Jr. \was mastrr -' SCott. of Columbia. I.vhs tractor barkho* and. .
    poem. won brother, David 4id son "rr',nt slid. fonder thall< I'. d.. I

    the prize and I felt It was son came over from the Uni- of ceremonies'and Just 1U. S. C. visited her parents. ---- -- --.- -- --_ -___._._-_-,'_ --- __ .-1<. -- --= -c-____. -.=.. ...._ ... ;
    Service Station noteworthy of use in this wi lt- versity of Florida to enjoy the he was\ Introducing the speaker Oen. and Mrs. Phillip Kromer I jiJr:. ..:si =-=:: : :- :-.

    Ing. lake with the Slmernln and I i the fire siren competed Mrs. E.; M. Robtawn ten

    GJS: Oil Lubrication their guests.! Mrs. Murelll is a with his voice. Unfortunately. Friday to Visit. relatives ,and : DIRECTORfAUTO i

    (-;Kfar PHILLIPS Tlrrn Jt"88"&UerlNno When Pilate was trying/ ourLoid foimer Keystoner having as: Mi Beam and' the Fire Dipart.nient he. friends In Stevenson Ala. AREA.'BUSINESS

    so dear lived at Keystone Club Es are co-partncra I \ti-s. Ethel Ore s 'of Colum. .
    D S r.R vtIC."IIlEFl' !: Our lard Jesus Christ had no tates. was called to the scene.' On reporting bus. Ohio has returned home -

    fear.JCHUS back that a truck: was' audI :: =::: .r:2.: : ..:. \ I
    -, Da.vldand her sons = "'
    MFT.\I. WORK Mrs. Bill Few and after visiting! _.. : -= I
    knew It was Ood's will Hubert spent Sunday afire, he was still In ttrae to( I family Mr. a.vl' Mn. Bill I _____ __ ___ __ __ L. <1 ___'__
    Thompson Sheet That He should die on Cal- ] afternoon at Wel<'y :ManorIn ask questions of the speaker. Logsdon of OklnesvUl and! SALES: SERVICE .\ StI.E&MKIVlCE: ,UEAUTCJIUOIJ 'I n I nr('yc, !t- CUOno

    vary's hill. I I Jacksonville visiting CH orve Seated at the. opeakera'tabliwere Mr.' and Mrs. Richard' OLogndon \

    Metal Works Pilate said "I'll let the people Blue their former neUh- 1 \ Mrs. William Walz. pres. and family: in Mel- {Barklcy Motors, Inc. Tropical, Pontiac, I'CultureoirliiWomen Learn Complete. Beauty: -Me; Bicycle Shop
    I I Ident of the Church Women. HONDA ICOTORCTCLI
    \tI Types: !' Metal Work sentence Him. bor. The boys were taken on I! rose. Inc. Tuition RoilccUd I

    TZM: A TES. "'A RICATION The J people cried out. "Crucify a tour of the place and had athoroughly Mr. Walz Dr. and Mrs. Brain. Mrs. Royal E. Turner of TRIUMPH FREE rl.A CHTMKVT Cmtuttn Vrapa 8* <.tr {

    AND INSTALLATION Him" Rood time -rd. Mrs. Beam Jr.. Col Da Santa Cru.*. Oallf., and M1"S FIAT TKUCK GMC c.'un'En i Unuh-VP Courses Dhaeati-RSA-ZSadAp \
    luting &: Air Coml. 1'1' yitarii. As JCSIM was bearing lIlacrn.8 Mrr\ Don Morgan/ and three 1 vld Nelson, vtcoe president olthe I i Edith Lukins' of f*lrsto,. [ IIIIXMANVOIAO: :'<1 a 5USBE4 Molnccy'rlee-8.5es, $eea \
    Men's Club anj Mr*. E, P. '' PONTIAC Central HairstylIng
    flfl-l-07H nl down the -nd '
    16F'-Rt. 1 : children and their houseguests. I Calif! are upending these SCHWINS.BICYCLES_'
    320: N W. 8th Ave Oaiu svUI<" :
    A poor man named Simeon Mr Morgan's parents Egan who was a delegate to I weeks 'with Mr. and MrSpeiwer We 110".11." Vu College Locksmith A Safe Work

    I I from California have gone to I the recent !MITA-AARP Con-I E. Awtunbawm. Mr BALKS A SEHVICKPMl 313.: t83Reiilicars :21S 3. K. lat (3a.In.ivWe IU w..LTuh.edIy. 'AT..

    ''N4"w Castle. Pa., where they I Terence' In Atlanta.Congressman and Mn. Swambnvm and I .7 Trained Machamlra S7C4USI'AKPETS

    I AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE I'' all used to live. Mrs.' Morgan I Matthews said theoirI'I11'ld"/ made a trip M j I !.. Cl.rAN Ciri! CARS I Inc. : Gs1n.s4fle. n'11'1I I

    and her children will visit her : that legislators today are facing Miami last wrok. >t,I N. MAIN Imported Car SpcclalUlr: I '
    904-2800 I parents! there. Dr. and Mrs. CM. many problems affecting, Funeral services for HenryB. (aln"d.. In.un .MtW: <.fi: >ES-DK.NZALFAKOMKO : I

    DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home \? Booher. older people such a. health I crl'nahaw. .... of 1"Ior"t -/ : House of Carpets

    I Mrs. Both Qixwburtf hud employment housing, retirement t home, who\ died In Oslnenrlllc! !f JKEJ'PMntly I '001111UvlU.: Only Carp' c4'1IIEN \

    DeWitt C. Jon_ Rd) t. f'd l Faneral Dtrwtor8tark quite a surprise on Sunday planning, and counseltng .: Friday, were held at'2 p. ''t'iI. I I of 'Wheel Drl" Sale -rarts-, -Ser,_ Specialty! Shop"

    ., Fla. afternoon when putting up "Age Is what' you makeIt. I Sunday In Paean Cm f'tt'ry,I I RAMDLRLmnerieg's ( 113: .9 R. Second S t. Gnln '8vUl" a E.\ flEE i

    her boat after an afternoon ol ." he said "only If you meet near" Orandln.: S\irvivli#""Ire I Tel. J7-S-I4KI' I \
    I RENTAl. SERVICES boating and water-nkllng. she 1,I your opportunities." He referred I the widow Mrs.' LolUe nB I I rlft ronotll1: c. IIIUlJt.\i: TlVFIXi I IT'S TIME TO .MOIl

    \ UooplUl Bed* Wheel Chain !Miroverrd 1 to the new health bill as, ..... 'sad 5f,1e. I Expert InitallatlnnUt
    \ !, Crtitch"-. ( a mother duck Orensh.a; son. Capt. .\UTO .\ ; ; V heretofore unnoticed sitting I "a good bill. !liam 'A. Creiiahaw. U. S \Yu.1 I Ridgway Motor Co. : L'I I Gal rUle GAINESVILLEMayflower

    atop a nest of eggs In the Robert Pencil Is chairman' In South America: Paul's Auto SalvageWe -

    rear of the! boat. Since the I of mturezlne' collection for the grandchildren: and ''a sistw< 113 8 Main CHAIN SAWS 'Inc.

    I ducks on LAke Oeneva are inmates! of Ratford State Pris I Mrs. Lois' 8 'Wart.. Lake City, .......m. lu-aUI I Buy Wrecked Ot At ,i I Call Colhcc lu..a:2t

    T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING tort of community pets the on. MiiirMinei! may b<* taken to Mrs. Crensbaw' tentnes the Tot.I I I' R I C I B S A. & J. Saw

    I \boat will stay In dry-dock until Don Pang-born' store, where I first graJ in Mefroi. School. 'B &'G Motor Co.VADU..LICOLDSMO1ULZ. All llakea'.. ::M4H Vtftr I PA INT & CoISSLiddell _
    & Mower Co.
    1 i the duckling. hutch al'I'alllfment.11111'\ be made to rt t

    I' provided Sunday afternoon's take them to Ratford. TrJMJT SrnUe-%V. Will Joe A nifrrwm." IfiTT. Paint &
    I rough! ride wasn't too much The Men's Club Christian] t." t. PAH HTIMN01II sALly 8RRVICBm. ; I'f. Homelilv Chain Saws

    ON CALL21.HOURS Ii j for thfm' ? Prayer Group met at Dr. K: TIn amnompNlrFi'r .*. Selection frf OM Can Find Any Part For Voa.OaJnnHlle f, SALES: 1- SERVICE Glass Co. .
    I Taken On c.dillIlIO Trade.< t
    I'1 Last' Bralnerd's home on April 38Congressman 371-45t2( Repairs) Part* AH Mksst4rscIy KTtMZE PAINTS
    : A
    Tuesday evening. Lions fl TIKltTrT, \
    ; :
    A DAY ,.. alVKV'I 'tMI* N. W. ...... ... '441
    it lii .
    I, Charlie MeOlnve Whites Matthews. wa (iey 'InrI.Is' i-f lilt I 441 N. Put Stork Yard I Tractor S.ies "
    "' GU, :Miners SUdies A *r*
    .. -
    'Iy pr !StSrIi.' ,Ia ...._ute/.. PHO'E: J7H-71U
    'a .
    of WiUlwm; Biker,, ic ir
    Uajnjs Oeorge Schaeffer, guest fop 8nlp" bIC. ..'5t.b .. ...
    IIi "
    HAY I' Tnfc E.-r.. 3
    -CALL 961-32'Jl: ]: Tom Bryant and Tommy 'tUI Lake Geneva postmaster, on r.1, Iov ,". "'h f"1.rk ." Lincoln' .Merr.rC. Ml 2013: N_K. Shed.J O"JDUT\1C\ a
    lI April 20. Mr' *. Arnold Larson 'h" i'fly ."r Stark\ ,.. ''tlr'I"' I' Air CondItIoning IteatinRUSS'S' Phone 3:2I"- Dear '"1."__ AweisS'cbrp.1 -
    <11n.'Islted the RiversideClub CARSAathorUuwi
    MTE-CALL 'J6 1-8391:; I (M r ,
    ; In Jacksonville. On and Mrs. James R.: Hauler 1.I .. wII. ,. '?'"d'h,N....*yn ,U'. Sales A SeTtles I' Jet Off WsNinReia.i. .. w.,........' *Iercr5.51 :

    I Thuriday! evening Lion MeI and committee cerved coffee, 'to Ih."P.City"." .; P.d .P'h1llv. I SHEET 1 ICO'iCPt'TE': I'nom, !ers j C.-.Jt& eL .1

    I Olave and Lion Huntley RedI and eikes: during the morning 't.kflI .. 'h,.-0",11 1"11Ih'l( t'i-ufp'.e....It CraneLincolnMercury INSIST* THAT ALL TOUR 118 N W. glzteenth M.- i

    T. I. MERSEREAU-PLUMBING ,I fearn. Jr. made a visitation\ to. that Informal rUlt. of the folk to TII""'"THTo\, Pt'H.-'. "TRAf'TOlt'''E 0' ('crn''57 f"__ METAL: INC. i CONTRKTE" PROOTCTS : ('sAlN2vB2I,3fl.5l 5? !
    the Alachua Club. Th Baldwin area.EASTERN
    'I i 1.5:1) "ITH A Ftt..XT frNI: ARE THE BERT r-Rcvwl
    I Club was on the agenda STAR ?.fl&Cfl' ; .iNI> 11.U'10Io& m, UI E. CoJvmll Ar. PI.\TI r. !
    I for Trnrmday evening of tills Worthy Matron Edyth* ..._1".11 h..."....,. Oalnen1J1 n -4'S1 UI'.ltnlr11. Edwards Building ,I

    ,( week. Lion MrOJave and his Nicholson and Worthy Patron 1 UHXHRXt II' '1t will 1"1.'t'R.\I.'TIO l b. th. M .-r.'' z..U.h r.rct-.I.; .\ Supply, Inc. Ocala) Chrome j

    I I fellow' members have been! J. Aulo t Williams conductedthe "IWII1T rf tht) BMd.r, ,, to .,.th..1, USED: CAR ,. c-.11U..unr 72* S. :Main-]'71--
    Cut Those i I "politicking'1 ., Charlie Is 'Inline meeting of the chapter on,, I toIk C0ranndlv" city;)nr t'i.rka"malt hi,ffi"f'Ope.'_ n.>, I 81' South Main I, 5hee1. Metal t'HTT.ntV11I.r.' rt.A PlatingIn I

    for the 35-L: District OOTornor April :20! in the Masonic Hall. id. rity of viarko n,." '1.. .o I 0..111. 7-3UI I Oopprr. Nickel. CbrmJn"

    -. ; spot, which will be d After a aitort; business. sl"Wlon'l I"P beta., ,. th. .-lo.l, ,.... 'k"w .." I I Iuro r.\ltn. m'.r.ngJohn.on Cadmium. M.t.l Fl*lfelMAtTIQCE
    : N r. 11th Terrace
    -' ? 5oan.ah.I t" r...,lt nf ODOr: DRT j ,
    I ? !
    Bills I rlch d at the elections\ at the the past matrons and past patrons ,. CL.JJuft1nc
    Repair nI"I> ''''' .hI! be n'ar.. DODGE TRVCKS I >en> VTi.f.H: '! .
    Convention In Tampa In MayA of the chapter werespecially 'I .4 "!SIi.I 1 ) "'tnl""' ''T. .nIt i &|Fa":., Inc. t1.EtNr4nSILVER. :
    : PrRe'Iasn cTt'L'v4TmI' U.iK '''*:_T rln Senrlc\ I all 81*.t nut. S7S-7IJt(.! Mom.:
    withNatural l large delegation will represent honored tn a unique I. t1t.t'Tfl.: l"'I-'I.'tJI.. .....,,1'U I'e'p.adsbte'Vm.i tee. i! CtYno1f"t Unf' o.f. ISR'lS! c.rrEKI
    I : --
    Keystone at Conventionboth courtesy 8EEn"PI1IfT"RTlU'tK : Hard CHrom

    I Lions and thlr wives In Past matrons. attending (ml \In......1'.1 ,,....n ... e"10...,,. Pool -Cable Motors' Automatic ,Tr*njn!.sion 1JJ. >E Sad A*.. OeaJD
    .rll>U"u" .
    GasFor support of Lion \fcolave. '\were Mrs.\ Dt"1'thaVa rd. Mr,. a3v Pill-ru m..... 1.1',0,. t.... lift S. K.: m Ar. GAin_ Ul. I -" --I I Viru'elfrWee-.p' | !l1I gaq'Wa IWaI2I..

    Herb Nelson attended tha Beatrice Schroeder. Phillis 8"" A"" ohjn. ,. or.vl "I4F STl-414t Rent Ferttlzer:! Spns4erl'
    <. .... *
    H.m fi-om hM ap.'fle.. City AutomaticTransmison '
    Ham Radio Operators' Convention Hiuucy. Mrs Louise Perry.Mm. ., op .n, fir,,." ii.lh .....,,,,, I 224 JW I'Jl M'9 J"""I'F.W1UTERSHancodc"OfEice
    \ at the Cherry Plaza |I :\ : Edith Thom I "('are free "lroubl free" heating cooking .minimum' i-aqulr.nw'rt. < of ,ih. .... I I Int-u
    Hotel in Orlando last. 8itur- Mrs. Tee'Eluenacker.: Past patrons ._of'I..I..".. ...".. b. ."pI.l5' New Three HvpfHK J Inc. ,
    and water healing there'll nothing like Natura! day and Sunday. i I honored were J. AzaiWWUnu. .d In .ffirt. letter u,g.mpanrlnv : OIL AKKVirr.Station : i
    Fred Hartman and two!I HalplCntwford..anj j i 1 "Md ( en C.9.: 3HI I Repsir & ?shnre'El LUHEIVF1AR, F.QCIPM E"T8n.thronAuthortmd
    tias; and it's economical, too. It's In tant. itV I4> rr\f\ .m nr> to ,Inv4u4, fl.- I Near Farmers. MarketNo f
    I daughters of Wilmington, Del Thomas Plnle)'. Learaou'Wardtnd "IN-rr ,. 1.... My 11.1%. It'apk., I I .: '1I* ;N"a l ')'thdtTRtC1tS -:'
    safe It's clean and your supply U always there came to Keystone' Heights about Ed HU&M1II'1'e\ not able SloridaSb I Exp rl* c. Necessary! i 1 Cherry'sPOT t1Pa:'rC1uyaT.
    I 'I E.i.-rat 1 r-.r1.: an4, ... Paid\ Training Som : *...CARS ,
    .. ..
    week before for .
    GET OUR OUK FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE A \ Easter to; attend. ...,.. .a.... ar. ft.., ....."...."' nnanoinir Avallabt. Drmnometer Pre-Tffted Most
    a visit with his In-laws. Mr. Coming event: On May 17. and ."..uhl ant b. .Un..lvl4... Inanr I '. JI'aa\.Ionabif! AMine Mach">"tr,>.*. C5lcUW'AAtaSr.tvXT
    and Mrs. Herbert Nelson. Mrs. the. Orand Instructor of th,* \ prl<>. .:"......Uon r.rtl,i- For Further IrtforiruiUon Addve'sa.JItr't.a4i .. : BTAL'
    STARKE NATURAL e.i-... 'f "-rite "'ORICn \'fT1D-: bnr. rrMTF.RTTT
    GAS i-rm| .
    | ar. lo t> o,
    Hartmiui. and their two tons Jurisdiction of Florida w1ltmeet f fuessaSni. : tx. n..*...;irulW'11 TRAVIS r.VTHTS BUDGET: PLAN' SAVE TDfI-4hrua: : y.vS.,
    CITY HALL riiO.NE 9612351I had been In Keystone with'' with the officers at 8 p Rldd.p ...., *". (iU.5 nat lor'th. I 1409 SVatn waAI'CE.'a4ORT t .IqMal". with us f'
    I ".0. Bo t SI31F..
    her parents since" the early I m. in the chaptt'T'COms.. Her city I 521 N. MM'SL owineesti:'
    I .__ If\ All Mi.'.1.i.r* mart farnUiprv ,,-ItUk>. Flav. Ga1DenIiJe 37S-SI94 I 10$ W. TJniTtnlty.; Os1aev ..
    part of March. Mrs. Hartnutn'. Visit to the on My I 'Pbone STS-S3S1
    chapter b e& | (or !C'I .*. .....t
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    'FOR ANNIVERSARY OUR GALA SALE 45th \ SALTINES................._1";." .."."TOP.":CAMS....-.."..PAK...-69' B ASSORTED DELICIOUS/ FLAVORS
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    yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy m all new members fo the Max-: Slade while tjere. officially be closed first (This at home and is getting on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barton Crews this week were her mother April CALL 7,FOR 1966 BIDS

    ville Baptist Church. Saturday night visitors of la bhe case even though the nicely. and Vicky of Lake City Mrs. Leah Nettles of Sealed Bid Will Be Received

    Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wright Mr. and Mrs. Joseph: Lucas Go alley hasn't been used as such Mrs. Joyce Futch was vie visited their uncle and aunt Starke Mrs. Mae Combs of By Th. City Council Of. The

    of Jacksonville were Friday and family were Mr and Mrs. .Let's for a.. couple of decades)] iting: her daughter Miss Mary Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Starling Macclenny, Mrs Violet Ste- City City Ot Hall Starke In Stark.Florida.,, Florida At The.,

    night guests,of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and family Considering tills anyone, Julia Futch and Mr. and Mrs. during the week. wart Melvin Nettles and Mrs. Until 7 'O O'clock P. ]M. On.

    By Mri. A. C. Slade Randolph Crosby.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade who objects to closln the 12- John Wyrick in Tallahasseeover Mr. and Mrs. Emery Dun- W. Quick of Orlando.Mr. Tuesday May Place 4, 1985 All Blda At Which
    And Received
    Time -
    and the weekend. can of Tallahassee the and Mrs. J. C. Grant of
    Phone 289.4491AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. and Mrs. Leon Butlerof family. foot alleyway adjacent to the spent Will B. Publicly Openel
    MIddleburg visited Sunday Easter Sunday visitors cf) By llervey Sharp. Editor Williams store property [for- Mr. and Mm. Tom Casey weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Orlando are spending this And Read Aloud On Th. Fallowing

    afternoon ''With Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Claudo>> Green Agricultural ExtensionService: merly Baker's store) on the were hosts to a birthday din Frank Cruce and other relatives. week! with Mr. and Mrs. James On. -: IMS. Six-Cylinder, One-

    !SCHOOL NEWS Henry Cai ter. were Mr. and Mrs. James'!! west U- requested to attend ner in observance of the birth- Rosier. Half Ton Plck-L'p Truck, with
    and of the day anniversary of W. F. Mr. and Mrs Manes Griffin Mrs. L. H. Hinote has returned heater, bumpers on front and<
    Wainwright family council meeting Tuesday
    With the end of the school Miss June Higginbotham, rear tlrre with tubee, pare
    Rev. and Mrs. Williams Moore. Members of the fam- of Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. to her home In Miami
    Lawtey night next week, at 8 o'clockat wheel- with tire and turn signal -
    term growing various daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
    nearer of Starke and Mrs. Like people plants are sub- the city hall and voice: ily enjoyed thLs affair. Mr. Virgil Grlffls of the State after a visit with her sister ., Color-Omaha Oranee.:
    classrooms are planning their Doss Higghibotham. and Mrs. ject; to many accidents In the Deb- Mrs. O. J. Phillips. The Bald City Council H..r.s ?-
    John North. their opinions.Two and Mrs. S. D. Andrews, Farm were visiting Mlaa Daisy .
    class trips. Mrs. Hunt's third Nancy Padgett spent SundayIn Th. Klsht To Accept Or Reject
    home. bie and Andy Wildwood Bock and Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Miss Enza Blanchard spent
    grade pupils have planned Baldwin with Mrs. Fionnor Mrs. Pearl Kearns of Jacksonville blocks of the street Any Or All
    Take the case of the scalded were here for the day. this week. last Friday to Sunday with City; Council of City Of Starke
    visited Saturday parallel to and south of
    their trip for Friday, May 7, Smith. on N.1-1 Arthurine Blanchard and Stark., FloridaBy
    at which time children and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson before Easter with Mr. and rubber plants. This strange varre Ave., were graded, and 1 Mrs. O. J. Philllpn Mrs. L. Retired Navy Chief Mac :McGee Miss Mason in Jack- Merrill Edward..
    chaperones will ,travel by bus Mrs. Claude Green disease was eradicated In one ditched at the sides last; week.. H. Hlnote and Mrs. Lois Car. and family of Orange Miss Esther Merrill Edwurde, City Clerk
    spent the weekend In Gaines- 4/lt 3t
    sonville. 41zt|
    to Atayport Naval Air Station ville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaa- home by removing the plants In an effort to Improve drain- ter were visiting: Miss Darby Park were Sunday visitors of I
    from the Florida room before Phillips and Simian in Monlac Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs.
    and visit aboard an aircraft Ray Burnsed. son moved recently from their age problems such as those Plastic Notebooks $:!.2G at PUitlo Notebook $:!.20 at the
    carrier. Mrs. Sidney (Gusty, Well- home here to Tampa where certain callers visited.This that bothered property owners. Ga. Thursday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. John The Telegraph. 1T-.EGRAPH.

    Band students have planneda hausen was admitted to Hope Mr. Kasson Is employed. Mr. kept the nonImbibersfrom In many parts of town earlier

    band concert to be held at Haven Hospital In Jacksonville and Mrs. Sides and two child- dousing the ornamentalswith this year when the rainfallwas I

    the Bchool in May. Students Sunday for treatment ren moved Into the Kasson unwanted cocktails. heavy. Side ditches were

    began practice for tha concert Mrs. Wellhausen is the daughter house Mr. Sides Is stationed Alcohol toxicity la not a cut extra deep at; first accol.dlnjf -

    and will continue their prac- of Mr.: and Mrs. Joa Hurst. with the U.S. Navy at Cecil common disease of plants to Mayor Robert .........._i

    tice on Monday afternoons af- DavieS Jones, stationed aboard Field. We welcome these new- says Dr. Howard Miller, plant; Cutchen. so that; enough dirt
    ter school. The date of the a destroyer at Mayport comers to our community. pathologist; with the Univer- could be used for fill for the te:

    concert will be announced la- spent the Easter weekend herd Avory Slade and sons visit- sity of Florida Agricultural; centers of the street where FULL SUSPENSION FILES. .

    ter.The with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L-i- ed in Hampton Easter Sunday Experiment Stations.But mud puddles have been bad. ,. .

    Mamie Agnes Jones Elementary cas and family. Wednesdayafter with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slade ; here are a few of his Grading of new clay at the 25% more filing capacity. Smooth gliding drawers :

    school held their Easter David left for Carl Brown other ballfleld at the school and roll .t1
    a and Mr. and Mrs hints on diagnosing quietly at the mere touch of,,a finger. ; <
    regular monthly mi'.ting for visit in Williamson Ga. with and sons house plant troubles. "dragging" the clay at both Easy to opera}*. : _""'::" _:!

    April last Tuesday night at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hi Mrs. B. F. Coleman and If you discover a plant with the school and town ballflelds quipped with side rode compressor and guide rods ) .." j

    the school.! Seve. U of the tea- ram Jones. daughter of Jacksonville visited burned leaf tips or brown were also done last week, to Heavy gauge steel. Built to last a lifetime. Mst Green -

    chers and their students were Last Monday visitors of Mr. Saturday with Mr. and margins, then lighten up on pack the clay for playing Olive Green Desert Sand.Sahara Brown or GrG '. 4582

    In charge of the program. and Mrs. Claude Green were Mrs. D. B. Grlffls. the fertiliser.: Or it; could mean SOFTBALL NEWS ) ,[

    SrKI'KI-iK PARTY Mr. find Mrs. L. D.
    Sharen Grlffla entertained at :Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. ville and Karen Grlffla attended water or the damage was team has a three-loss, one- k S7ia .wr*. in-k t._
    the home of her parents, Mr. Carl Thomas, and Newn Bur- a horse show in Ocala Sat- caused by last month's chill- win standing so far In games Pd. WIT' 10ff, ',

    and Mrs. Henry Oriffls witha ney of Starke, and Mr. and urday.Mr. ing air conditioner. played through last week. 202-lerter ST UY.28'. 24' $47.33 $53.85

    surprise birthday party Mrs. James WalnArrlgn: and and Mrs. James Smith Yellowing and dropping oi Brooker topped Hampton 202-18-Urler Six._ 14','l 26" 173.75 "'.75 r' > 't.J..Ej

    her 18th birthday. Peggy is children of Lawtey.Mr. and daughter of Jacksonville leaves Is a signal of gas fumes, 18-17 Friday night after 20218b-l.tter. Size _14V 28" 17' .6.75 52.75 TV V ryas

    orlng Miss Peggy Lucas on and Mrs. Hiram Jon is visited Sunday with Mr and over-watering, poor drainageor Hampton was leading, by several 02-legal SIJ'. 17V 28" 2451.70 57.70 d ,

    her 18th birthday. Paggy is of Williamson, Ga. and so-is. Mrs Albert Smith and daugh- poor aeration. Small leaves runs earlier In the game. _, _

    the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David and Glenn, stationed Indicate too little; water and Tuesday evening's: game was THREE DRAWER...COUnter

    Joseph Lucas. with the U. S. Nary were ters.Mrs.. Lizzie DuPre of Jacksonville fertilizer or the plant Is existing Hampton's first! win, when 203 Utter Hetghr'"
    During the evening games Thursday night visitors of Mr. 14V '4W 2414" 57.75 69.50 7 ryy ;
    is spending some time in tight; or heavy soil. they led Florida Pest Conrtol 4
    were played and party re- and Mrs. Joseph Lucas and 03-Legal Size ._1n." 40W 26,%" 67.10 78.85
    here as guest of Mr. and Mrs Weak growth or light greenor 12-11. On Monday last week
    freshments served." Quite a family. Albert Smith and daughters. yellow color on healthy Natural Oas brat Hampton

    few of Peggy's friends and Mrs. Russell Thomas Mrs. Mrs. Henry Caruso and Mrs. foliage may mean lack of fertilizer 12-10 and the first game was fOUR DRAWER

    classmates were on hand for Jerry Williams, and Mrs. Joe: James Peterson entertained 'at root rot poor root sys- lost to Garden Restaurant the 204-tener/ Size 144"' :2%" 2oH 51.71 71.00 [ t +

    the celebration. Starling, all of Starke visited the Peterson home Sunday is week before. 04-lgal Size ,,, ,17Th' f 4'
    tem or that the plant growing 32(4"( 25,. 76.15 .9.60 t.
    Spring housecleaning last Wednesday with Mr. and with Tonight's CThurs. V r
    a surprise birthday din- in too Intense light. (game .
    To housewives doing spring Mrs. Claude Green. ner honoring their mother A house plant that is yellowing April 291) Is against Noegel'sat t c VilVi
    cleaning, I have a suggestion Rev. W. O. Mathls Jack- DRAWER...Save. 2J% Floor Space
    pf Mrs. Albert Smith on her wilting or has "80ftIrl'owth" 7:30: at Brooker: and Friday' -
    I would like to along: to SfJ''. "
    pass sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. birthday. U 60" 24H" 8T.40 101.15
    the .
    Enjoying occasion is exposed to excessIve game also at 7:30.: Is
    you. This has been tried in my Avory Slade ,and family were 'besides Mrs. Caruso Mrs. heat or has a root; injury. again with Nopgel's. Next 05-U8al Srze; .._.. 1 % 60" 26""" 92.75 106.70 T rLV.V
    home and really does wonders.To .
    last Tuesday
    supper Peterson and Mrs. Smith were Plants with small leaves and Tuesday. May 4, Hampton
    clean bathroom wall tile '
    guests of Mr. and Mr. Joseph
    bleach Albert Smith Roxann and long internodes Indicate too meets Brooker at 7:30: there.
    mix household
    a good
    Lucas and family.Mr. .
    Robin Smith Henry Caruso little light or too high temper PERSONALSMrs.
    with a cleanser in a small and Mrs. Avory Slade
    and daughter and
    James Pet .
    Mary Williams under-
    container. With stiff tooth- ature.
    a and family and Mrs. Joseph 7
    brush apply this mixture in Lucas and daughter were erson. Actually most healthy went surgery at Bradford Cot. STEEL DESK TRAYS x

    the groves between .tile. Let Miss Patty Parrish of Jacksonville house plants need very little County Hospital In Starke on Interlocks Into mu'l'plo! tisr (Tub. G
    Thursday night guestsof
    stand for several minutes Mr. and Mrs. Claude supper Green. University spent the care. The greatest blight of Friday last week. ..r fart. MUr Green, Olin Green. r

    (stubborn dirt needs a little The occasion was to celebratethe Easter weekend with her par- these plants if from coddlingby Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker Desert Sand Saraha drown or c.r.'s STEEL .
    ents Mr. and Mrs. D. J.: Par- and children of Orlando spent Cole Gray.
    beavers.A ; _
    scrubbing) and rinse well. La- 13th birthday of Cliff rish and eager DESK SCRUB e+
    ter wash the tile with a self family. once-a-week watering last weekend here with her
    Slade. Mr and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Keep de. .k ani.",. 9
    polishing car wax: used for Mr and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and a miserly amount of fer- parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. SINGLE fIAT ,
    and family of Utter ill. k
    Lawtey Buck temper
    washing cars. The results Is and Easter tilizer every month or so.-, Parker. Ho.' Sl.e ra.h Dai.
    were Rowe and Charlie 129 a..,. e.elt V wide
    Davis of e
    a beautiful clean shiny wall Sunday dinner guests of Mr. keeps most; plants happy. Cold i Mrs. Lillian Blackmon en- ,03.40.-03.40.1-3 45 HfirrUL HIADINGS mi WITH EACH TMYI
    .itk label .
    140 held_
    Macclenny. Elmer Bennett of tered Bradford Hospital legal_ ::1..5.."__ :3.40 sitS Cartel
    I County
    tile. water is taboo. It shocks
    and Mrs. Thomas and
    Bynum Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. D. J. I.. .be vied lot I legal
    BAPTISM! : SERVICES family of Jacksonville. plants as badly as Ice wateron last; week for treatment.Mr. -
    1 Parrish and family and :Mr. exposed tooth. and Mrs. Jeff Baker TWO TIER TRAY /:::;: THREE TIER elie .paper t. 10*" w,
    an :
    Sunday afternoon at : (Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade TR"h
    and et .. .. .
    Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw and a. sin Set .. .... S.t lUVd. R bberfeet
    Baptism services were held at and children were Sunday din son attended the Horse Frolic Neophyte gardeners can and family have moved Into / 339 letter $7.9J /::::;;: 3a. L.tte't2.30 protect eeik.. COLORS

    Long Branch for Misses Bar- ner guests of Mr and Mrs in Starke grow foliage plantsregard- the Smith house next door to 240 legal Sv4J 3.0 L.a'4 13.0 No.' O..AlWgr..C'IIYeGf.-,
    1224 SA.SO
    bara Whitehead, Peggy Lucas, W, M. Slade of Hampton. Mr. night Saturday. Saturday less of care-If they stick to the R. H. Parkers. / -- Cew***U er Seem .....
    I they all
    Faye Sweat, and Airs. Owen Slade and sons visited nlno Horse Show Jn Callahan. a Aglaonema Aspidistra, Bro- Beryl Pope of Ft. Walton

    Knlfrht. and Mrs. Ed Waters, with Mr. and Mrs. Les'rr mellads, Dracaena Mon Beach spent last weekend here
    Patty Parrish
    of Jackson- with his parents Mr. and Mrs.A. .
    peperomla. or San-
    ville University visited : _
    Sunday -
    servlerla. G. Pope. Std.. Cnalr4Jwd
    with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Par- I ECONOMY"
    rlsh and family. These and other "cast Iron" Mrs. Paul L. Fates was hostess I ,In, church auditorium

    Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crlffls ornamentals will withstand a- for a Stanley party at her cafeleilai, and libraries.,

    FLORIDATHEATRE moved Into their buse low light Intensity warm home on Friday afternoon Heavy gauge ifnel made roy
    new and
    and cold rooms. last week. lot* a lifetime. Foam rubber
    modern store
    , on Hi way 30: k 1 teat and back. Seat |tza
    over the weekend. The new Some of the bugs that gnaw I Easter egg! hunts were held 16V wide. 13'6" deeo.

    block building is located nortn or suck the life from leaves of Saturday afternoon April 17, 1 eta 2640 $35.73

    of the old building. foliage plants are red spider for children of the Christian Carter) 'J.__, SJS.JI ...

    !Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lucas mites thrips, whlteflles, Church, at the church and I9

    1, attended church services Sunday mealy bugs scales and aphids. for children of the Baptist UCHOLSMIT COIOIS...
    Aveileble ,..., .,....,
    In general, malathlon spray at In G
    night at Evergreen Church through primary
    Bap: age To1.1."'', end .Grey; fu ..k.ECONOMY" .
    OPENING TIME intervals will an i
    tist church near Lawtey ten-day stop at; the church. Mrs. Foster

    MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY David :Jones stationed at insect attack. Hayes was hostess for Junior T'e'"SECRETARIAL"' I

    1 8:45: P. M. Mayport spent Sunday antI Some diseases to look for n OA's at her home for an with etevator v
    Typewriter pedeital pfarform" 1 ." '. 1 box drawer
    SATURDAY 1:00: SUNDAY XM: Monday of this week with Mr. are stem and crown rots, leaf egg hunt the same afternoon right (olIIuo..) or left. Specify preference. Center He. 431....._SI96.90 fq

    and Mrs. Joseph Lucas spots, powdery mildew and and Mrs. F. O. Smith and drawer with lock and key. linoleum. covered topi

    Will Whitehead of Jacksonville blight. Mrs. Arnold Haddock for the 60...." x 30'!..". Milt Green Deterl Sand, Sahara drawer*
    Friday, Saturday April 30, May 1 former Maxvllle resident The best treatment for stem Junior I GA's. Brown or Gray. No. 4.12; :..-. 1 196.90 :

    is a patient in the Orange and crown rots is to cut away w Arm Ch.irIURNPA007STAINPn00P >
    A roller skating party for TOP. Alie available' will''' CeletM T... the elcohol I
    DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Park Memorial all the mushy tissue and then Designed lor contort Civetyour
    Hospital members and friends of cannot Main Her can cigaiettet b...... ...h" '. ..,.-Add "CT" re number" $IS.OO eddl. .. office thai new lock
    Mr. and :Mrs. with
    B. F Cole- spray a copper
    Hampton Baptist Church was and stands after .
    vp |years ,
    man and daughter of Jack- The leaf spot is tunRlclde'l ,
    -..,,- hell at Lake Butler Tuesday of wear. Ruaaedly con
    sonville spent the weekend by removing the evening this week.TTTTTTTTl STEEL SLIDING DOOR CAIINIT structed. Heavy gauge

    Two here with Mrs. F. B. Coleman loaves as noon us they appear '' No iwtngTng doors to block ahlei. Largo and rn N..t. foam rubber teal

    and son. Mildews are controlled by .. ., ,
    ana .. e*my. Heavy gauge .1. Five edutabl| comrartmenfi. "
    Wanda nnd David! Williams dusting the plants with sul 76" hIgh, 36" wide. 19V deep. m* deep. "Nougoriyda"

    : GuiULafnn* of Stnrke were Sunday night phur. Blight!; has no practicalcure. He. 7634 99.75 ,,- ..or- upholtlary. Won sariandback.SW116'"
    h upper guests of Mr and It's best to burn an all- LAWTEY\ Same .1.... 1 but> with lock end ..y. packeta 2MI

    house or 7 of nights terror in a Mrs F. B. Coleman and lv>n- inn plant before the disease I a "r...

    -or nle, and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy spreads to other plants. : By En.a Blanchard '
    1 .the unkindest cut of all. Browning. If the county agricultural j'r

    Mr and Mrs. Ray Pcllum agent is not handy help witha AAAA1 AA1AAAUAA Al uAA1 I CICOIATO 'ho"", .RCHAI'!'," ra.COLOIS .

    and family of Jacksonvillespent plant disease mall a branchof ... ContaVt two fuR _":.
    (IIIKCII AtTIVITIKSThe : Mist !. fi', .., cfaub'o
    Easter Gas. Son a
    { STEVENS'DEAN JONES and CESAR ROMERO_'<-slttUN _' Mrs. F. B. Coleman Sunday with the !nick plant to "the Plant I Grace Methodist WSCS Y OliveDeiert Or..... dro. .e. far 3>5 or 4* >
    Sa.ewq' b, ,,r Er hosx.e. ndtNwaeM ...* son. Pathology Department Agri- i met Tuesday" night of hut Sander cardi '3200 -rpaclty). Twoadtablo
    . >S>auriijgliiiKnttf! <.M NwnrSlMif< : .WAmCem. .. *mm ...:=: .. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy BrownIng cultural Experiment; Station. ,. week with Mrs. Mae B. Wellsas / Cele Oref: | storage co--
    entertained at the Brown- the \ und.rlock and.
    Gainesville and one of hoateu. Mre. R. E. Let was .parfrrenH
    Plus Ing home Easter Sunday witha plant doctor will give you a In charge of the and Ley, a.. steel tafety vault
    doubly. bY Died
    surprise protected
    anniversary dinner '
    prompt answer. refreshment BOOKCASE SECT'ONS!
    were served after 4 lack plus an outer door
    honoring Mr. Browning's pArents. Many house plants like to beset ,the business. aeimlon. Designed' for many .< !. Keeet supplies too1eg% \ seder. lock and key. 30',"

    ,YOU HAVE TO THINK YOUNG TO FEEL REAL SPRUNG!Il Mr and Mrs. ;\(. C. out; of doors during warm Members of the First Bap- end printed motor coy and orderly. 30W' w, J wide. 3J- hgh,17": dee. .
    Jacksonville 3W h. 17" d. Far oostobJe camportmenH.
    on sunny days. Of course don'tplace tist Church of < Ka. 1370 S6 .SO
    .. .f.} JAMES TIFFINiJvPAULLYNDE their 41st wedding anniversary tender plants in full honor Lawtey will (Shelf>..iei 30'." a 16"). ..,.? ..Ne. 315 J S39.SO

    l ; DARREN-PAMELA Enjoying the occasion sun unless they are hardened les Harvey their pastor and Mrs.Rev.Harveyat Char- t At aben bat 2S"b, I a.eipert.i>M.-Na. JOS $44.10 Wilt' pl.nOT leek .HM. I tecU all d,>a en, rie. 137Cn1-"
    with the
    Brownings were Mr.
    I m' and Mrs. T. first. a reception in the horn otMr.
    p. M. Daniels of Plunging the pots into the .
    and Mrs. B. E. Reddish
    Valdosta Ga. and the M. C. soil to top rim depths keeps Friday night Apr. 30, at 7:30:

    If J I.GiI"' J ion Brownings vllle. daughter of Jack- the moisture Inside the pot o'clock. All members and Cole: STEEL SHELVING UNITS U tee

    uniform and !keeps the plant friends are invited. .
    Mr. and Mrs. Shelve are aJjuttable on 2" centers, can
    ford and Jimmy Lang roots cooler. Grace Methodist: (Note I II \.. be raned, or 1 lowered, amore ihelvetadded. ,
    '. r ) Hughes Mr. and Mr. Ray You might consider !the out- change of time) Sunday I! ,-. I Easily auembled.. O na. Green erOey. .
    ,0 L and family of Jack The "fovr_ reinforcement" gin
    of-door idea for plants during School. 9:45: a.m. Worship 11 I
    TECHNICOLOrt sonville were ; *. The shriving i '
    supper guests of them greater tremj open
    c.F ,.,: TECNNISCOPE* Mr and Mrs. James Colemanand your vacation and ask a a.m. and 8 p.m. Prayer Circle I I I snip imcluda: four steel gwttet Plates for

    ... y. .SCHtm K KOCH>,......1". ttieiwtHiniUNITtDMTISTS1. .. daughters on neighbor to water the plantsif each Monday. 9 a.m. MTF -E .rro rlgklity.SNHVIN9 .
    night before Thursday the rain showers are not at Wednesday, 8 p.m.First .
    Easter. I I :u ::
    the Intervals while j ;
    Mrs. Earl proper you Baptist: Sunday snit. TWm sir
    Sun. Wilkinson 1H _
    Mon. Tues. Wed.-May 2,3,4,5 and ( Ke el ri,"IJ) C_
    children of Jacksonville: visited are away. School. 10 a.m. Worship 11 1 1 UNIT IINITS UNITS A "y Jfl
    Saturday with a.m. and 8 p.m. Training Un- I : N. Wd'h' tiel.... Dee4 5..s U.e -- Irke q.c __
    Drew Wilkinson. and Mrs. yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ion, 7 p.m. Prayer Service I ...'c.JI'I. .712, _31.. Ire 12" S's $4. *1 f44.roSX40 $46 51 $3 05 _

    bings hIS beat Mr. and Wednesday, 8 p.m. Family I I 5715 -3d'r 1M r.. SS *. II 04MAS 4.,Sea.S .
    I'.il' Mrs. Bufjrd. Hlg- Night on second and fourth .724 ".. .r 2'" Frq ".JOfe ...,. ..
    the ginbotham and grandchildren, HAMPTONB 91S -=30y" 4M 9'i'... SJOO S11S 32..e 3?S eo.4fSea..
    Thursdays 8pm.Mr. .
    .. .. -- Patty David, and Wayne j 207..30'4. 26" 17'' T_ 3)0TWee ) ." Sail Mil .
    : English visited Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Gary Perkins Invdrs. ..d. .1... .02. ._.30" 40'5" 24"" S4-44 ,..,. JU 733..,
    Mrs.\ D. E. Bin
    / of Jacksonville:
    Beach -
    : announce
    at Clay Hill with Mr. THIU eta INHVINa UNHS-OMN CA eVewit' el left)

    ...:. !. ., M&M and Mrs. Louie Carter. Phone 468-1KO tee Samantha the arrival of a daugh- $805 73U _M* 73TJ* r... f 1 .DO7SU $7471: 12'.21 $1 f S e.

    presents .. Easter Sunday dinner guests on Friday. _.3e* 73* IS.* r_ M."* ..78 Ml17JS JfSea.Jf .
    Y AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAROUND Apr. 23. The young; lady'spaternal 73* S4* 'M 7JS .
    / an PijiflNileNf of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hlg- 7SJ4 x.36 e-7S J e*
    grandparent are
    ""ul'rt P1COCICIIfciOlla'ils,: (( gtnbotham and grandchildrenwere TOWN !' Rev. and Mrs. John Perkins.

    Mr. James Waters of Council has
    Hampton City I i Mrs. P. I* Dinkins expresses
    f / / Lawtey Mrs. Lyle Schmell been advised that the alleyway -' thanks to the church and

    a1 mOO\, \ and daughters of Jacksonville! voted to be sold at the I friend) for flowers. visit.. Bradford County Telegraph

    n _VI soON'_ MErao0olt1tI and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hljr- last city councU meeting/ can cards and the many thoughts

    glnbotham and sons of Hil- not be sobs as a simple transaction for her during her time in the

    I liard. : of property and must bospiUl. She U happy to be


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